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49ers’ Raheem Mostert running toward select company

Dec 3, 2019 at 12:40 PM--


Adrian Peterson, Barry Sanders and … Raheem Mostert? That could be the case if the 49ers running back keeps up his pace.
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PFF lists Raheem Mostert among top fantasy dark horse running backs, projects 1,045 yards with 10 TDs

By David Bonilla
Aug 6, 2020

Just watch the NFC Championship Game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Green Bay Packers and try to say that running back Raheem Mostert isn't capable of putting up some big fantasy football numbers. The former special-teams standout single-handedly embarrassed the Packers defense to the tune of 220 rushing yards and four scores while averaging 7.6 yards per carry. Even during the regular season, Mostert averaged 5.6 yards per carry. He's averaged an impressive 6.0 yards per carry over his career. Although, his sample size before last season is minuscule. But it's that performance last season that has put Mostert on the radar, and Pro Football Focus recently named him as a

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'Bad mo-fo' Raheem Mostert discusses 49ers' mindset, confidence that they can win Super Bowl

By David Bonilla
Aug 5, 2020

San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert, armed with a reworked contract, is ready to take on the 2020 season. And yes, he will be playing, in case there was any doubt. Mostert confirmed during a video conference call today that he will not opt-out of the upcoming season as the NFL prepares to play amid a pandemic. Mostert has a lot to prove, after all, and he feels he and his teammates have the right mindset to respond to February's Super Bowl defeat. "I just want to go out there and be dominant," Mostert told reporters. "When I step out onto that field, I want everybody to say, 'That's a bad mo-fo. Here's somebody that we can't take lightly.' I want to put fear in other teams' eyes. That's my mindset. "Even when I'm playing gunner, I just

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Raheem Mostert and Fred Warner discuss the sacrifices of not opting out of season

By David Bonilla
Aug 5, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers had their first player, wide receiver Travis Benjamin, opt-out of the 2020 season. It was a decision he felt was best for the health of himself and his family. In these challenging times, as the NFL navigates its way toward playing amidst a pandemic, no one can blame Benjamin. Linebacker Fred Warner spoke with reporters today via a video conference and discussed Benjamin's decision to forego the upcoming season. "I think it's just a unique situation," Warner explained. "At the end of the day, everybody wants to play football. I think even guys who do opt-out, their true intent is they want to play football, but they have to think about more than just themselves. "This coronavirus, there's so much unknown. Every day, I feel

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