Browns running back Carlos Hyde was expected to show up to Thursday night’s game against the Jets after the birth of his son.  Plans changed after the child wasn’t born prior to the game.

Hyde, who turned 28 on Thursday himself, left his child’s birth to make it in time for warmups prior to the game.  The could be a big night for the Browns franchise.  

Hyde must really want to be there for the team’s first win.  They haven’t won a game in almost two years, but are favored at home. 

Hopefully Hyde’s son waits until after the game to be born and he doesn’t miss the win or the birth.  But if not, we’re hoping he gets at least a win for his birthday.