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Tagged: Raheem Mostert (46 Results)

Sep
15

49ers RB Mostert out for season

San Francisco running back RAHEEM MOSTERT will have season ending knee surgery following his injury in the 49ers opening game against the Detroit Lions. It was initially thought that Mostert wouldMore need a minor arthroscopic surgery that would have him back on the field within eight weeks. After multiple doctor consultations, it was determined that Mostert would need a surgery requiring a much longer recovery time. In a related move, San Francisco signed running back KERRYON JOHNSON to their practice squad on Tuesday. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Factoid: Here we go again?

When the 49ers used their sixth-round pick on Elijah Mitchell, I jokingly suggested that we should all be keeping an eye on him. Kyle Shanahan’s track record with lightly regarded running backs, after all, is pretty stellar. With the first week of the season in the books, this is now looking a lot more possible.  more »

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Sep
14

49ers RB Mostert to miss 8 weeks

Oft injured San Francisco running back RAHEEM MOSTERT suffered chipped knee cartilage in Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions and will miss the next eight weeks due to the injury. Mostert is expected to undergo a scope and will be placed on Injured Reserve in the coming days.

Source: Team Website

Sep
13

49ers RB Mostert suffers knee injury vs. Lions, Mitchell next man up

Oft-injured San Francisco running back RAHEEM MOSTERT suffered a knee injury and left Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions after just two carries. Tests are scheduled for today but the teamMore reportedly is not worried about the injury being an ACL, so some preliminary good news for the 49ers and Mostert’s fantasy owners. Rookie running back ELIJAH MITCHELL took over for Mostert and promptly rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Ask the Experts: After Week 1, what will everyone be talking about?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: After Week 1, what will people be talking about?  more »

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Jun
24

Rookie RB Sermon should have role in 49ers backfield

San Francisco rookie running back TREY SERMON has the vision, patience, and burst to be a perfect fit in Kyle Shanahan’s outside zone system. Sermon also brings a pass-catching dynamic thatMore has been missing from the 49ers running back corps. While RAHEEM MOSTERT is expected to lead the San Francisco backfield, he has had trouble staying healthy. Fantasy owners will want to keep an eye on Sermon as the offseason progresses. Less

Source: Team Blog

May
27

49ers RB Wilson Jr. out after knee surgery

After an injury-plagued 2020 season, the San Francisco 49ers are off to a rough start for 2021. 49ers running back JEFF WILSON JR. underwent surgery this week on a torn meniscusMore that will sideline him for four-to-six months. Given the timetable, Wilson is likely to miss the first couple weeks of the regular season and could be a candidate to begin the year on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. While RAHEEM MOSTERT is expected to be the starting running back, Wilson Jr. is expected to provide depth along with newcomer WAYNE GALLMAN and rookies TREY SERMON and ELIJAH MITCHELL. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Jeff Wilson

We've talked a little bit about San Francisco's backfield this offseason. It's a crowded one, bringing back Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson, signing Wayne Gallman, and then drafting Trey Sermon (3rd) and Elijah Mitchell (6th). It's a little less crowded today.   more »

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Factoid: Wayne Gallman

I haven’t yet seen contract information for Wayne Gallman, but it will be interesting to see what the 49ers are paying him. To me, he looks for now like the possible No. 1 back on that roster.  more »

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Around the NFL: 49ers running backs

The 49ers signed Wayne Gallman yesterday. He joins a backfield that lost Tevin Coleman and Jerick McKinnon, but still has Raheem Mostert, Jeff Wilson and JaMycal Hasty. Somebody somewhere will be enthusiastic about this backfield, but optimism looks misplaced.   more »

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Dec
24

Mostert done for season, next man up in 49ers backfield

San Francisco running back RAHEEM MOSTERT’s 2020 season has come to an end after he suffered another high-ankle sprain during the 49ers Week #15 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. With MostertMore out of action, the team is expected to lean on running back JEFF WILSON JR. The 49ers also have TEVIN COLEMAN and JERICK MCKINNON available, just to make life complicated for fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Wilson!!!

The 49ers have been churning through skill position guys all season, especially at running back. But the wheel has come back around for Jeff Wilson recently, and it might do so in a big way on Sunday.   more »

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Mailbag: December 10, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Is Giovani Bernard the secret weapon who can lift teams in fantasy championship games? Defenses with good matchups in Week 15. Why don't the 49ers just give Mostert the ball? Tackle-busting Deebo Samuel, and more. more »

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Nov
25

49ers running backs Mostert, Wilson cleared to practice

San Francisco 49ers running backs RAHEEM MOSTERT and JEFF WILSON have been activated from the injured reserve list and cleared to practice with the team. Mostert is the team’s leading rusherMore despite missing the past four games with a high ankle sprain and two earlier games with a knee injury. Wilson has been out the past three games after spraining his ankle while scoring his third touchdown in the 49ers win at New England in late October. Less

Source: Mercury News

Nov
18

49ers RB Hasty suffers broken collarbone

The San Francisco 49ers continue their injury-plagued season, losing rookie running back JAMYCAL HASTY to a broken collarbone suffered in Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints. Hasty suffered the injuryMore after a tackle on a swing pass in the fourth quarter. 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan is hopeful that fellow running backs RAHEEM MOSTERT and TEVIN COLEMAN will be back after the team’s Week #11 bye week. Less

Source: Team Blog

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