SEATTLE (AP) — The first time Kerry Hyder Jr. had what was considered to be a breakout season it was followed up by an injury that cost him an entire year.
At this point of his career, and moving on to his fifth different team after signing with the Seattle Seahawks, the last thing Hyder can afford to have happen is another major setback.
“I embrace the journey. It was a lot of ups and downs, but I prepare for every moment, especially this one,” Hyder said on Thursday. “I’m so excited to be a part of a group I can add to, I can add leadership, I can add play on the field.