College: Purdue | 6 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 205 lbs
Birth Date: 4/9/1992
Depth Chart: RB1.3
2020 Bye Week: 11
Questionable - MCL
Total Pts: 43.8
Avg Pts: 14.60
Rank: 9 RB
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San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert (knee) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Fantasy Spin: Mostert won't be forced back especially with the 49ers having a winnable Week 4 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles. He's likely to split work with Jerick McKinnon if he's ultimately able to get back on the field this week.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle), running back Raheem Mostert (knee) and defensive end Dee Ford (back) will not practice on Wednesday. Garoppolo is week-to-week with an ankle sprain and doesn't look to be on track to return in Week 4 against the Eagles, which would allow Nick Mullens to make his second straight start. Mullens was efficient against a bad Giants team in Week 3, throwing for over 300 yards and a touchdown, so he'd be in play as a low-end QB2 in superflex leagues if he gets another start. Mostert is dealing with a sprained MCL and could sit out another game, giving way to Jerick McKinnon and Jeff Wilson Jr. again. McKinnon would be in play as an RB2, with Wilson being a sneaky RB3/flex in deeper leagues and DFS.
The San Francisco 49ers have declared CB Ahkello Witherspoon, DL Dee Ford, QB Jimmy Garoppolo, LB Dre Greenlaw, TE George Kittle, OG Tom Compton and RB Raheem Mostert inactive for Week 3.
San Francisco 49ers RB Tevin Coleman (knee), DL Dee Ford (back), QB Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle), LB Dre Greenlaw (quad) and RB Raheem Mostert (knee) did not practice Friday, Sept. 25, and have been ruled out for Week 3 against the New York Giants. TE George Kittle (knee) was limited in practice all week and has also been ruled out. CB Ahkello Witherspoon (hamstring) was limited in practice Friday and is listed as questionable. CB Jason Verrett (hamstring) practiced in full all week and has been removed from the injury report.
San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert (knee) won't play Sunday, Sept. 27, in Week 3, head coach Kyle Shanahan said Friday in a radio interview.
Fantasy Spin: Mostert has been productive so far with 258 total yards and two TDs on 29 touches, but the Niners aren't going to put him and his MCL sprain out on the same East Meadowlands turf he was injured on a week ago against the Jets. His fantasy owners will need another RB2 option this week, perhaps San Fran. fill-in Jerick McKinnon.
San Francisco 49ers running backs Raheem Mostert (knee) and Tevin Coleman (knee) have both officially been ruled out for Sunday's game against the New York Giants. Both players sustained knee injuries in the team's Week 2 win over the New York Jets. The team has said that they expect to be without Coleman for about four weeks, whereas Mostert, who is dealing with an MCL injury, could be back sooner. Mostert should be held in all fantasy leagues while Coleman should be dropped anywhere he's owned. In the short term, Jerick McKinnon stands to benefit most and is a solid RB2 in Week 3, especially in PPR leagues. Jeff Wilson Jr. is also a potential flex option and rookie JaMycal Hasty will likely get some opportunities as well.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) and running backs Raheem Mostert (knee) and Tevin Coleman (knee) all missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday. Also, defenders Dee Ford (back) and Dre Greenlaw (quadriceps) missed another practice. The 49ers are one of the most beat up teams through two weeks, as they also lost All-Pro pass-rusher Nick Bosa (knee) for the year. Garoppolo is week-to-week and isn't expected to play this Sunday against the Giants, while both Mostert and Coleman will likely be inactive as well. Nick Mullens is on track to start, where he'll be a low-end QB2 streamer. Coleman's knee sprain is worse than Mostert's, but neither back is expected to play this weekend, giving Jerick McKinnon RB2 upside in PPR leagues. McKinnon should be owned in every league at this point. Jeff Wilson Jr. should also see a big rise in usage as the No. 2 behind McKinnon.
San Francisco 49ers RB Tevin Coleman (knee), DE Dee Ford (back), QB Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle), LB Dre Greenlaw (quadricep) and RB Raheem Mostert (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, Sept. 24. TE George Kittle (knee) was limited. CB CB Jason Verrett (hamstring) practiced in full.
San Francisco 49ers RB Tevin Coleman (knee), DE Dee Ford (back) and RB Raheem Mostert (knee) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Sept. 23. LB Dre Greenlaw (quadriceps) was limited during practice, while CB Jason Verrett (hamstring) fully participated in practice.
Updating a previous report, San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert (knee) suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in Week 2 and is unlikely to play in Week 3 against the New York Giants, according to head coach Kyle Shanahan.
Fantasy Spin: During what was a brutal day for injuries on Sunday, Mostert appears to have gotten off easy. MCL sprains are no joke and can require multi-week absences, but the 28-year-old back seems shouldn't miss too much time. Expect the 49ers to exercise plenty of caution with Mostert this week in a game they should be able to win without him. Jerick McKinnon has been exceptional thus far for San Francisco and would be the preferred flex play over Tevin Coleman should Mostert sit versus the Giants.
Updating a previous report, San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert (knee) is believed to have suffered a mild medial collateral ligament sprain during the Week 2 game. He is scheduled to undergo an MRI, which will determine how long he will be sidelined.
Fantasy Spin: Fantasy players should know more about Mostert's status in the next day. Tevin Coleman and Jerick McKinnon will share snaps if Mostert misses more time. Both players can be at least flex options in leagues.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert (knee) may have suffered an MCL sprain in the team's Week 2 win over the Jets. The team is not certain until further tests are conducted, but at any rate, they'll be without their best back for at least the near future. It's a shame because Mostert had gotten off to a fast start with over 100 scrimmage yards and touchdown in his first two games. If Mostert is out for an extended period, expect fellow backs Tevin Coleman and Jerick McKinnon to pick up the slack, with the forgotten Jeff Wilson Jr. potentially stealing a goal-line score or two.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert (knee) had a solid game in Week 2 against the New York Jets, despite only playing a half. Mostert was ruled out for the rest of the game at half-time on Sunday with a knee injury. In the first half of the game, Mostert rushed the ball eight times for 92 yards and a touchdown and added two catches for 15 yards. Tevin Colemanand Jerick McKinnon took over as the team's primary backs in the second half. Stay tuned for more updates on Mostert's status going forward.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert (knee) will miss the rest of the Week 2 matchup against the New York Jets. This is not good news for the team as quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle), and defensive end Nick Bosa (knee) also suffered game-ending injuries. WIth Mostert out of the equation, Jerick McKinnon and Tevin Coleman will likely split carries out of the backfield for the remainder of the afternoon.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert was the team's top offensive weapon in Week 1. He rushed the ball 15 times for 56 yards and caught four of his five targets for 95 yards and a touchdown. This week, the 49ers face a New York Jets team that allowed over 400 yards of offense to the Buffalo Bills in Week 1. Expect the 49ers to heavily feature Mostert in Week 2. He should see around 20 touches and rack up over 100 total yards with one or more touchdowns in the game. He has unquestionable RB1 upside in Week 2.
San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert ran for 56 yards on 15 carries and added a career-high 95 yards and a touchdown on four catches in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals.
Fantasy Spin: There are reasons fantasy owners to feel good and bad about Mostert's performance after this one. His receiving yardage is far and away the most he's ever had and more than half of his overall total from last season. On the other hand, he struggled to get much of anything going on the ground and 76 of his receiving yards came on one play on what appeared to be a coverage bust. Fantasy owners should feel decent about starting him again in Week 2 against the New York Jets' tough run defense, but nothing about his history suggests he'll have another day as a receiver like the one he just had.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert was the team's offensive focal point in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals. Mostert carried the ball 15 times for 56 yards and caught four of his five targets for 95 yards and a touchdown. No other 49er earned over four carries in the game. Mostert's five targets were also tied for most on the team with four others. Mostert only caught 14 passes all year last year, with his season-high being a three-catch game in Week 2. If he can consistently find himself with around four catches per game in addition to around 15 carries, he should easily outperform his draft value. Start him with confidence as an RB2 going forward.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert should be the primary ball carrier for the team in their season opener against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Mostert broke out in a big way during the second half of last year and he's in a good position to keep on rolling as we begin the 2020 season. The 49ers should be able to run all over a Cardinals Defense that allowed 120.1 rushing yards per game last year. Mostert should see at least 13 or 14 carries in a game that figures to be high-scoring and fast-paced. Start him as an RB2 with confidence.
San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert broke out in a big way for the team during the second half of last season. He scored rushing touchdowns in each of the team's last six games and went on to have a monster playoff game against the Green Bay Packers, rushing for 220 yards and four touchdowns. Mostert was the most effective rusher on the 49ers last year, averaging 5.6 yards per carry while totalling 772 rushing yards. Tevin Coleman is the top returning running back on the team. He averaged 4.0 yards per carry and totalled 544 rushing yards in 2019. Mostert will enter the year as the team's primary running back and if he can keep the role, he'll be a solid RB2 in non-PPR leagues and a capable low-end RB2 or flex in PPR.
Updating an ongoing story, San Francisco 49ers Raheem Mostert will receive extra incentives and a bonus in his reworked contract, per a source. No new years were added to his deal, and Mostert is under contract for two more seasons. He is due $2.575 million in base salary and can earn an additional $2.75 million via incentives and a $300,000 bonus.
Fantasy Spin: The potential for a holdout or trade has been alleviated, and Mostert offers one of the more intriguing risk-reward RB2 targets for fantasy footballers. Consider him as early as the end of Round 3 in conventional formats, and he's generally going in the fourth or fifth, which is bound to stabilize now that the deal is sorted out.