What Raheem Mostert’s knee injury means for 49ers, Trey Sermon, Elijah Mitchell & fantasy football owners

Sep 13, 2021 at 4:00 PM--


Raheem Mostert is set to miss at least half the 2021 NFL season. The 49ers have options to replace him. Is it possible to predict what Kyle Shanahan will do?
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