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Carlos Hyde Training with 49ers Teammates Bruce Ellington, DeAndrew White in Miami

Enjoy some of the most memorable images of the San Francisco 49ers running back from his two seasons in the Bay Area.

Per league rules, the San Francisco 49ers may not conduct football activities with their players until April 4 – the start of the team's offseason workouts.

Until then, however, guys are free to train on their own and often do so with teammates.

This year, a trio of Niners are working out together in Miami – Pierre Garçon, Bruce Ellington and DeAndrew White.

Below, you can watch a video of Hyde and Ellington being put through different agility drills. Hyde's participation is encouraging to see after the running back missed the final nine games of the 2015 season with a foot injury.

Last month at the NFL Scouting Combine, general manager Trent Baalke told reporters that all indications were that Hyde is "healing very nicely." The aforementioned video seems to corroborate Baalke's comments.

Chip Kelly also spoke about Hyde in Indianapolis: "I'm really excited to get working with Carlos. I've talked to him a few times because he's been around rehabbing. He's got a really good personality, and I think he's excited about what's next. He's a big, physical 'back who has that combination of size and speed."

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