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Jan 8, 2023 11 71 6.5 21 0 7
Jan 1, 2023 9 29 3.2 6 0 14
Dec 25, 2022 8 45 5.6 17 0 2
Dec 17, 2022 17 136 8.0 67 0 15
Dec 11, 2022 11 37 3.4 13 0 3

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2022 891 4.92 3 1 31 202 2 1267.9
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: Records bounce-back year in Miami

    Mostert (thumb) had 181 carries for 891 yards and three touchdowns across 16 appearances with the Dolphins in 2022. He also secured 31 of 42 targets for 202 yards and two touchdowns. Mostert bounced back in impressive fashion by reuniting with coach Mike McDaniel on a one-year deal in Miami, but he's scheduled to hit free agency during the offseason. The same is true for in-season trade addition Jeff Wilson along with Salvon Ahmed and Myles Gaskin. This year's class of free-agent and rookie running backs promises serious potential, so it remains to be seen whether the Dolphins will have serious interest in bringing back the 30-year-old Mostert. A broken thumb sidelined Mostert during Miami's wild-card loss to the Bills, but there's no indication he's in danger of missing any offseason activities.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Ruled out for wild-card round

    Mostert (thumb) has been ruled out for Sunday's playoff game in Buffalo, Adam Beasley of Pro Football Network reports. Mostert will be sidelined by the broken thumb he suffered in the Week 18 win over the Jets. Miami will roll out a shorthanded offense against the Bills, with third-stringer Skylar Thompson under center. Jeff Wilson figures to lead the backfield in Mostert's absence, with Salvon Ahmed spelling him. Mostert's absence also creates a vacancy at kick returner, which could be filled by Jaylen Waddle, Tyreek Hill or Cedrick Wilson (hip/groin).
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Remains sidelined Thursday

    Mostert (thumb) wasn't present for Thursday's practice, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Mostert also didn't practice Wednesday, with a thumb injury clouding the running back's status for Sunday's playoff game against the Bills. If Mostert is unavailable this weekend, added snaps would presumably be available for Jeff Wilson (illness), who logged a limited session Wednesday.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Not at practice

    Mostert (thumb) isn't practicing Wednesday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Mostert's absence to begin the week of practice was fully expected after head coach Mike McDaniel said the running back suffered a "significant break" to his thumb in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 11-6 win over the Jets. Backfield mate Jeff Wilson could see a larger share of the workload than usual even if Mostert ends up playing, as the thumb fracture will impact his ability to catch passes at the very least.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Dealing with severe break in thumb

    Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel said that the fractured thumb Mostert suffered in Sunday's 11-6 win over the Jets is "serious," David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. With the running back having sustained what McDaniel described as a "significant break," Mostert's status for this weekend's wild-card game against the Bills is iffy, at best. McDaniel noted that "it's hard to know" if Mostert will be available this Sunday, but the Dolphins should gain more clarity on that front after assessing the 30-year-old in practices over the next few days. If Mostert ends up sitting out the postseason opener, Jeff Wilson would be in line to see an expanded role as the clear lead option in the Miami backfield.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Has broken thumb

    Mostert suffered a broken thumb in Sunday's 11-6 win over the Jets, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Mostert suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of Miami's playoff berth-clinching win. It remains to be seen whether Mostert will be capable of playing through this injury in the wild-card round against the Bills. If Mostert is unable to suit up Sunday in Buffalo, Jeff Wilson likely would take on a workhorse role in Miami's backfield.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Injures thumb Sunday

    Mostert sustained a thumb injury during Sunday's contest versus the Jets, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Prior to his exit early in the fourth quarter, Mostert had 11 carries for 71 yards and hauled in both targets for minus-10 yards. Jeff Wilson will handle most of the backfield work for the Dolphins as long as Mostert is sidelined.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    With Skylar Thompson starting at quarterback for the Dolphins due to injuries for Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) and Teddy Bridgewater (finger), along with the matchup against the Jets, we could see Mostert and Jeff Wilson heavily involved in the passing game again in Week 18. In Week 17 against the Patriots, Mostert had nine carries for 29 yards and eight catches for 62 yards and a touchdown on eight targets. Wilson had 15 carries for 45 yards and three catches for 31 yards on seven targets. Both are flex options, and the Jets have allowed a running back to catch at least three passes in three games in a row. Mostert also had 18 carries for 113 yards and a touchdown and one catch for 9 yards against the Jets in Week 5, although that was before Wilson was acquired from the 49ers via trade.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Sleeper RBs

    With Skylar Thompson starting at quarterback for the Dolphins due to injuries for Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) and Teddy Bridgewater (finger), along with the matchup against the Jets, we could see Mostert and Jeff Wilson heavily involved in the passing game again in Week 18. In Week 17 against the Patriots, Mostert had nine carries for 29 yards and eight catches for 62 yards and a touchdown on eight targets. Wilson had 15 carries for 45 yards and three catches for 31 yards on seven targets. Both are flex options, and the Jets have allowed a running back to catch at least three passes in three games in a row. Mostert also had 18 carries for 113 yards and a touchdown and one catch for 9 yards against the Jets in Week 5, although that was before Wilson was acquired from the 49ers via trade.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Effective through air in loss

    Mostert had nine carries for 29 yards and secured all eight of his targets for 62 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 23-21 loss to New England. Mostert logged less carries than Jeff Wilson (nine) but was the only member of Miami's backfield to score Week 17, while also leading the team in receiving yardage. The veteran's receiving usage was at least partly a byproduct of working with Teddy Bridgewater (finger) to start the day before he was replaced by Skylar Thompson, and the Dolphins deploying an offensive plan focused on short-area completions. Mostert and Wilson stand to continue operating as a timeshare during Week 18's regular-season finale versus the Jets.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Tough day in loss to Green Bay

    Mostert carried the ball eight times for 45 yards and caught two of three targets for four yards in Sunday's 26-20 loss to the Packers. The running back got off to a quick start, gaining 14 and 17 yards on his first two totes, but Mostert got contained after that and committed a fumble late in the second quarter that led to a Packers field goal and kicked off a Green Bay comeback from a 20-10 deficit. Mostert has failed to reach 50 rushing yards in three of the last four games but popped for 156 scrimmage yards in the fourth, making him a high-risk, high-reward option in Week 17 against the Patriots.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    You'll have to wait on injury updates for Jeff Wilson (hip) to see just how good Mostert can be this week, but he should keep the lead job for the Dolphins after his performance in Week 15 at Buffalo even if Wilson returns. With Wilson out against the Bills, Mostert had 17 carries for 136 yards and one catch for 20 yards and scored 16 PPR points. It's a good matchup against the Packers, who have allowed a running back to score at least 13 PPR points in each of the past five games, with seven total touchdowns over that span. I like Mostert as a low-end starter in all leagues with Wilson out, but Mostert is still a solid flex option if Wilson plays.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Sleeper RBs

    You'll have to wait on injury updates for Jeff Wilson (hip) to see just how good Mostert can be this week, but he should keep the lead job for the Dolphins after his performance in Week 15 at Buffalo even if Wilson returns. With Wilson out against the Bills, Mostert had 17 carries for 136 yards and one catch for 20 yards and scored 16 PPR points. It's a good matchup against the Packers, who have allowed a running back to score at least 13 PPR points in each of the past five games, with seven total touchdowns over that span. I like Mostert as a low-end starter in all leagues with Wilson out, but Mostert is still a solid flex option if Wilson plays.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Season-best yardage total in loss

    Mostert rushed 17 times for 136 yards, secured one of two targets for 20 yards and returned one kickoff for 28 yards in the Dolphins' 32-29 loss to the Bills on Saturday night. Nearly half of the veteran running back's rushing production came on a 67-yard run late in the first quarter that set up a Jason Sanders field goal. Mostert's rushing yardage tally produced his second 100-yard effort of the campaign and was his highest since Week 13 of the 2019 season, when he and Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel were both with the 49ers. Mostert's lead-back role came as a result of the absence of Jeff Wilson (hip), but if the latter is back for the Week 16 Christmas Day home battle against the Packers, the former's workload is expected to take a hit, though maybe not much of one following Saturday's monster performance.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: RBs to Sit

    It looks like Mostert will be the lead running back for the Dolphins with Jeff Wilson (hip) hurt, and that will help Mostert with his workload at Buffalo. But it's hard to start Mostert as anything more than a flex in the majority of leagues. The Bills should be able to contain Miami's rushing attack, and Mostert has 18 carries for 67 yards and one catch for 7 yards in his past two games against the 49ers and Chargers. He could be a useful flex if Wilson is out as expected, and Buffalo has allowed a running back to score at least 12 PPR points in each of the past three games. But I just can't trust Mostert right now, even with this opportunity to be the featured option in Miami's backfield.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Contained in defeat

    Mostert rushed 11 times for 37 yards and caught his lone target for seven yards in Sunday's 23-17 loss to the Chargers. Mostert was bottled up in a matchup that looked favorable on paper. Miami's passing attack struggled early and forced the offense to abandon the run despite the Chargers' vulnerability to the rush in 2022. Fellow running back Jeff Wilson Jr. suffered a hip injury and did not return after halftime. If he is unable to suit up with the upcoming short week, then Mostert would have the backfield to himself against the Bills on Saturday.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Garners seven carries

    Mostert finished with seven carries for 30 yards in Sunday's 33-17 loss to the 49ers. Mostert garnered all but one of Miami's rushing attempts, but the team's reliance on the pass Sunday capped his involvement overall. In fact, Mostert's seven carries marked his fewest since Week 1. With his two-game touchdown streak snapped against his former team Sunday as well, Mostert will hope to hear his number called more often in Week 14 versus the Chargers.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Cleared to return in Week 13

    Mostert (knee) doesn't carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the 49ers after practicing fully Friday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. After missing the Dolphins' Week 12 win over Houston, Mostert is poised to re-enter the team's backfield mix Sunday against his former team. In the process, Mostert is in line to work in a time-share alongside Jeff Wilson, a context that makes Mostert a hit-or-miss fantasy option in his looming return to action, given a degree of uncertainty regarding his potential volume versus San Francisco.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Logs another limited practice

    Mostert (knee) remained limited at practice Thursday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Mostert, who missed the Dolphins' Week 12 win over the Texans, now has logged back-to-back limited sessions and is trending toward a return to action Sunday against the 49ers. The running back presumably will need to practice fully Friday, however, in order to head into the weekend minus an injury designation.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Starts week limited in practice

    Mostert (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Head coach Mike McDaniel said earlier Wednesday that he expects Mostert to return for Sunday's game in San Francisco against his former team after missing the Dolphins' Week 12 win over Houston. It'll also be a return to San Francisco for McDaniel and fellow running back Jeff Wilson, who took 78 percent of the snaps before halftime in Sunday's 30-15 win over Houston before handing things over to Myles Gaskin once the Dolphins built a huge lead. Wilson is unlikely to handle to handle such a large snap share if Mostert returns this week, but Wilson was getting more work between the two before Mostert's knee injury popped up.
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