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Sep 29, 2022 15 69 4.6 25 0 7
Sep 25, 2022 8 11 1.4 9 0 1
Sep 18, 2022 11 51 4.6 11 0 7
Sep 11, 2022 5 16 3.2 11 0 2

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2022 147 3.77 6 56
2021 20 10.00 22
2020 521 5.01 2 1 16 156 1 8310.4
3y Avg. 438 5.41 3 1 10 112 1 769.5
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Racks up 123 total yards in loss

    Mostert rushed 15 times for 69 yards and secured two of three targets for 12 yards in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night. He also returned two kickoffs for 42 yards. Mostert served as the clear lead back on the night, outpacing backfield mate Chase Edmonds by 10 carries while matching his two catches and three targets. Mostert's workload on the ground was a season high, which also led to a new 2022 high-water mark in rushing yardage. He could have an elevated role once again in a Week 5 road showdown against the Jets a week from Sunday particularly if Teddy Bridgewater draws a start over Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck), considering head coach Mike McDaniel might run a bit more of a ground-based attack and Mostert could also play a key role as a safety-valve receiving option for the veteran backup.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Shut down on ground Sunday

    Mostert rushed eight times for 11 yards and failed to bring in either of his two targets in the Dolphins' 21-19 win over the Bills on Sunday. He also returned three kickoffs for 54 yards. The usually efficient running back was anything but, running into a brick wall of a Bills defense on all but one of his carries. Mostert's long run went for nine yards, meaning he netted all of two yards on his seven other rushes. Backfield mate Chase Edmonds was a tad better with 3.5 yards per carry and also scored two touchdowns, but the split between the two figures to remain fairly close again in Thursday night's Week 4 road matchup against the Bengals.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Week 3 Waiver Priority List

    In Week 2 at Baltimore, Raheem Mostert operated as the lead running back for the Dolphins ahead of Chase Edmonds. Mostert led Miami with 11 carries for 51 yards, along with three catches for 28 yards on three targets. Edmonds had five carries for 33 yards and just one catch for 8 yards on three targets. Neither one is worth trusting in Week 3 against Buffalo, but Mostert should be stashed in all leagues if he's going to be Miami's top running back moving forward. He's worth 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Week 3 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    When the Dolphins ran the ball Sunday, Mostert was the primary option. He got 11 carries for 51 yards and added three catches for 28 yards, matching Chase Edmonds' three targets. Edmonds had just five carries, after he led the team with 12 in Week 1, so this could just be a split moving forward. However, Mostert found more room to run this week, and he could be in line for double-digit carries moving forward. That might not lead to a ton of production every week, but if this offense keeps clicking like this, there are going to be more opportunities. Mostert could be in the RB3 discussion.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Impressive all-around effort Sunday

    Mostert rushed 11 times for 51 yards and secured all three targets for 28 yards in the Dolphins' 42-38 win over the Ravens on Sunday. The veteran running back's numbers naturally will be completely overshadowed by the otherworldly exploits of teammates Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, but there's plenty of encouragement to take from Mostert's performance as well. To begin with, Mostert saw a nice boost in touches after logging only six in the opener, and he also appeared to have some of his trademark explosiveness against a tough defense. Additionally, Mostert outpaced backfield mate Chase Edmonds by six rushes, and if the former is blessed with more of a favorable game script in a Week 3 matchup against the Bills at home, he could see a bigger workload, albeit in an even tougher matchup on paper.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Six touches in Dolphins debut

    Mostert rushed five times for 16 yards and caught his only target for another 16 yards in Sunday's 20-7 win over the Patriots. Mostert got six touches to Chase Edmonds' 16, as Edmonds asserted himself as Miami's lead back. Miami's two touchdowns came on a defensive play and a long pass, so the Dolphins didn't show which running back would get the all-important carries by the goal line. Mostert should remain in a change-of-pace role behind Edmonds in Week 2 against the Ravens.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I'm starting Chase Edmonds as a No. 2 running back in all leagues this week, but I would also consider Mostert as a flex, especially in non- and 0.5-PPR leagues. When healthy, he could lead the Dolphins in carries, and Mike McDaniel likely has a lot of trust in Mostert from their days together in San Francisco. If the Dolphins are playing with a lead -- and they are 3.5-point favorites at home -- then look for Mostert to help kill the clock and rack up some cheap production late in the game.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Sleeper RBs

    I'm starting Chase Edmonds as a No. 2 running back in all leagues this week, but I would also consider Mostert as a flex, especially in non- and 0.5-PPR leagues. When healthy, he could lead the Dolphins in carries, and Mike McDaniel likely has a lot of trust in Mostert from their days together in San Francisco. If the Dolphins are playing with a lead -- and they are 3.5-point favorites at home -- look for Mostert to help kill the clock and rack up some cheap production late in the game.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I'm starting Chase Edmonds as a No. 2 running back in all leagues this week, but I would also consider Mostert as a flex, especially in non- and 0.5-PPR leagues. When healthy, he could lead the Dolphins in carries, and Mike McDaniel likely has a lot of trust in Mostert from their days together in San Francisco. If the Dolphins are playing with a lead -- and they are 3.5-point favorites at home -- then look for Mostert to help kill the clock and rack up some cheap production late in the game.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    When healthy, Mostert could be the best running back in Miami. He's the one who came from San Francisco with new coach Mike McDaniel, and he could lead the team in carries, even in tandem with Chase Edmonds. Now, we know Mostert has a hard time staying on the field due to injuries -- he's combined for nine games the past two seasons -- and Edmonds could play on passing downs. But Mostert should be rostered in all leagues given his upside, and he's worth 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Week 1 Priority List

    When healthy, Mostert could be the best running back in Miami. He's the one who came from San Francisco with new coach Mike McDaniel, and he could lead the team in carries, even in tandem with Chase Edmonds. Now, we know Mostert has a hard time staying on the field due to injuries -- he's combined for nine games the past two seasons -- and Edmonds could play on passing downs. But Mostert should be rostered in all leagues given his upside, and he's worth 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Two carries in preseason finale

    Mostert carried the ball twice for 29 yards in Saturday's 48-10 preseason win over the Eagles. Mostert got the starting nod with Chase Edmonds resting, and he tallied a carry on each of Miami's first two possessions. Mostert ripped off a 26-yard gain to lead off the latter drive, accounting for nearly all of his production. Though the potential split in work between Edmonds and Mostert remains unclear to begin the regular season, the duo appears poised to lead the Miami backfield.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Not playing Saturday

    Mostert isn't playing in Saturday's preseason game against Las Vegas, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Chase Edmonds got the start and played the first 10 snaps, with Sony Michel then following him into the game. This may just be a matter of caution after Mostert suffered a serious knee injury last year with the 49ers. Most reports suggest the Dolphins will open the season with a backfield committee, though it isn't clear to what extent Mostert specifically will be involved. Edmonds is the sure bet to have a significant role, with his workload likely including a lot of the pass snaps and thus RB targets.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Unlikely to suit up Saturday

    Mostert isn't in line to play in Saturday's preseason game at Tampa Bay. Mostert and Chase Edmonds will be joined on the sidelines by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. In place of Mostert and Edmonds, the Dolphins backfield will be occupied by Sony Michel, Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed, Gerrid Doaks and ZaQuandre White on Saturday.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Listed with starters on depth chart

    Mostert and Chase Edmonds both are listed with the first-string offense on Miami's initial preseason depth chart, after coach Mike McDaniel said Sunday that "competition is fierce" among the team's running backs, Jeff Kerr of CBS Sports reports. Edmonds got the biggest contract of the trio, but it's no secret that fellow offseason acquisitions Mostert and Sony Michel also are in the mix for key roles. Edmonds is the best pass catcher of the bunch, while Mostert is by far the fastest and Michel perhaps most adept working between the tackles. There's even some chance of a contribution from Myles Gaskin, the team's lead back for much of 2020 and 2021 under a different coaching staff. Mostert should have an advantage when it comes to scheme familiarity and terminology, considering McDaniel was the 49ers' run game coordinator from 2017 to 2020 and their offensive coordinator in 2021. Mostert was in San Francisco from late 2016 through 2021, though he missed nearly as many games as he played, including all but the season opener last year. He was cleared for the start of training camp after a lengthy rehab from a knee injury, and he recently shed his no-contact jersey, per Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Achieves medical clearance

    Mostert (knee) announced via his personal Twitter account Monday that he has received medical clearance. Mostert will take the field when Dolphins' veterans report for training camp Tuesday, which is a positive development as he works to return to 100 percent health by Week 1. The 30-year-old veteran stands to spend training camp competing with Sony Michel for work in what looks to be a developing backfield by committee, one which fellow newcomer Chase Edmonds is the presumed favorite to lead. Holdovers Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed look slated for depth roles, if they crack the final roster.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Close to full health

    Mostert (knee) announced Wednesday via his personal Twitter account that he's "close to 100 percent" healthy. Mostert also wrote that his "rehab is going great." While the veteran running back hasn't been a participant in the Dolphins' offseason program, he appears close to a return to on-field work. If Mostert is available for the start of training camp in late July, it would be an encouraging sign for his health, but an exact timetable for him to participate fully with the Dolphins isn't known. In any case, once Mostert is fully recovered from the surgery he underwent to address chipped cartilage in his left knee, he'll join Chase Edmonds and Sony Michel in Miami's revamped running back room.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Taking it slow

    Mostert (knee) is expected to be ready for Week 1, though the Dolphins plan to be cautious with him this offseason, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. In other words, Mostert won't participate in spring practices, which was probably to be expected. He played only nine games over the past two seasons, with his most recent health issue being chipped cartilage in his knee that required October surgery to address. The 30-year-old is part of a rebuilt, veteran backfield that also added Chase Edmonds and Sony Michel this offseason, while Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed are returning players of note. Mostert should compete for carries on early downs once he's healthy.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Says rehab is going well

    Mostert (knee) said Monday that he's "way ahead of schedule" in the rehab process after October surgery, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. The surgery addressed chipped cartilage in his left knee, and Mostert now has played only nine games over the past two seasons. The Dolphins do expect him to be healthy before Week 1, with Mostert joining the team on a one-year contract shortly after fellow running back Chase Edmonds got a two-year deal. Mostert has the benefit of familiarity with new Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel, formerly the 49ers' offensive coordinator, but Edmonds still is the better bet to lead Miami's backfield in touches. The team also has 2021 holdovers Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed and Patrick Laird on the offseason roster.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Moving on to South Beach

    The Dolphins and Mostert (knee) agreed to a one-year contract Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Not only is he reuniting with new head coach Mike McDaniel in Miami, but Mostert will also join a backfield led by newcomer Chase Edmonds and Myles Gaskin. First, though, Mostert will need to complete his recovery from October surgery to address chipped cartilage in his left knee. According to a recent report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, Mostert is expected to be healthy by Week 1 of next season, at which point he'll look to avoid the injury concerns that limited him to nine appearances between the past two campaigns. When he's been able to suit up in his career, he's averaged 5.7 yards per carry and has scored 14 touchdowns on 320 career touches.
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