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Raheem Mostert back at 49ers practice after Wednesday exit

Aug 26, 2021 at 1:02 PM--


San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert was back on the practice field today after leaving yesterday's session with what Bay Area News Group's Cam Inman described as "apparent back pain."


"Running back Raheem Mostert came out with apparent back pain late in practice, on a play in which Lance flipped a short pass to Deebo Samuel in the backfield," wrote Inman. "Mostert winced as he reached the sideline and was checked on by trainers, then watched most of the remaining plays from a knee."

Mostert's return is good news for the team, which is preparing for its final preseason game—a Sunday afternoon matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders.

However, several 49ers players were missing at the start of practice. They were guard Aaron Banks (shoulder), linebacker Dre Greenlaw, wide receiver Jauan Jennings (heel), cornerback Davontae Harris, defensive tackle Maurice Hurst (ankle), guard Jaylon Moore, safety Kai Nacua, and cornerback Jason Verrett, per multiple reports.

Most of the above players didn't practice yesterday either. Moore is the only new name on the list.

Wide receiver Jalen Hurd is practicing for the second consecutive day.



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