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Tagged: Trey Sermon (6 Results)


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


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 »


Podcast: May 7 episodes (plural!) of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Post-draft blowout! Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff complete their assessment of the NFL rookie class of 2021 -- two new episodes covering running backs, wide receivers and tight ends.  more »

Factoid: 49ers running backs

San Francisco seems to have the most convoluted running back situation in the league. They drafted a pair of guys who have some potential to start, but they’ve also got some capable veterans.  more »


Around the NFL: Rookie running backs

If you were watching the NFL Draft last night, you might have been wondering where all the running backs were. It was a historically thin group, with a total of four selected by the end of Round 3. That was the fewest taken in the first three rounds since 2016, which itself was the lowest number ever. Disappointing for the key position in fantasy leagues.   more »


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