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NFC West Standings

Team Div Overall
4-0-0 8-4-0
3-1-0 7-5-0
1-4-0 4-8-0
1-4-0 4-9-0

2022 Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Longest Rush
Fumbles Lost
Regular Season 18 97 5.4 0 19 0

Top Jordan Mason News

  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Career game Sunday

    Mason rushed eight times for 51 yards in Sunday's 33-17 win over the Dolphins.

    Mason took on a larger offensive role sans Elijah Mitchell (knee) as expected, setting new career marks in carries and rushing yards. The Georgia Tech product looked sharp in limited action, putting his downhill running style on display. Christian McCaffrey still dominated the workload, producing 146 yards and a touchdown on 25 combined touches. CMC has a poor injury history and entered Sunday's contest with a balky knee, so Mason is worth stashing for fantasy managers with the luxury to do so. In his current role, the rookie tailback will find it hard to crack fantasy lineups against the Buccaneers on Sunday.

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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Could take over backup role

    Mason rushed five times for 25 yards in Sunday's 13-0 win over the Saints.

    Mason was used on the final drive of the game with the 49ers up multiple scores for the second week in a row. Unlike last week's garbage time appearance against the Cardinals, the undrafted rookie was actually needed after No. 2 back Elijah Mitchell (knee) went down late in this contest. Starter Christian McCaffrey was dealing with knee soreness as well, but the former's is expected to be more serious. It sounds like Mitchell will be forced to miss some time again, and CMC doesn't have the build to handle a 20-plus touch workload, so Mason could step into a prominent backup role in head coach Kyle Shanahan's run-heavy offensive scheme. If that were to be the case, the Georgia Tech product should absorb a chunk of Mitchell's carries in next Sunday's showdown against the Dolphins.

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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Gets four carries in garbage time

    Mason rushed four times for 14 yards in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Cardinals.

    Mason was able to finally get some offensive run in garbage time after serving exclusively on special teams this season. The carries and yardage both represented new highs for the undrafted rookie. Mason will resume seeing the majority of his snaps on special teams when the 49ers take on the Saints on Sunday.

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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Serves in special-teams role

    Mason logged 19 snaps on special teams and was not used on offense in Sunday's 22-16 win over the Chargers.

    Mason returned to action after being deployed as a healthy scratch last game, effectively swapping spots on the depth chart with Tyrion Davis-Price (healthy scratch). The 49ers welcomed back Elijah Mitchell (knee) back this week, so the rookie wasn't asked to do more than serve on special teams. Mason carries no fantasy value heading into a Week 11 tilt against the Cardinals next Monday.

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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Healthy scratch

    Mason (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Chiefs.

    Mason will sit for the first time this season after the team's acquisition of Christian McCaffrey. The undrafted rookie will likely need an injury to find himself on the active roster moving forward.

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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Usurped by veteran backup

    Mason logged 15 snaps on special teams and did not receive a touch in Sunday's 37-15 win over the Panthers.

    The 49ers signed an old friend, Tevin Coleman, to back up Jeff Wilson for the past two weeks, effectively pushing Mason further down the depth chart. It is still unclear what the team's plan for the undrafted rookie is, as they promoted him to the active roster over players with higher pedigree and more experience, only to give him one carry through five active games. Even with San Francisco's backfield decimated by injury, Mason remains a non-factor in his current role on special teams.

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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Not part of offense in win

    Mason failed to record a single rushing attempt in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Mason did not play any offensive snaps Monday. Instead, the rookie running back saw the field for 17 snaps on special teams. Meanwhile, starter Jeff Wilson handled almost all of the team's work out of the backfield with 33 offensive snaps, ceding one carry to fellow veteran Tevin Coleman. It appeared Mason would have the opportunity to see increased involvement in the running game after injuries to both Elijah Mitchell (knee) and Tyrion Davis-Price (ankle), but that just hasn't come to fruition. The 23-year-old will look to make the most of any opportunities he may earn when the 49ers visit the Panthers in Week 5.

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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Gets one carry as backup

    Mason received one carry for seven yards in Sunday's 11-10 loss to Denver.

    Mason has served as the primary backup to starter Jeff Wilson (12 carries for 75 yards) with rookie Tyrion Davis-Price (ankle) set to miss several weeks of action. The undrafted rookie only saw five snaps on offense (nine percent) compared to Wilson's 41 snaps, which shows the lack of trust head coach Kyle Shanahan has in Mason as an offensive option. Veteran Marlon Mack -- who was promoted from the practice squad prior to Sunday's contest -- only saw three snaps on special teams. Mason shouldn't be considered a fantasy option heading into a matchup with the Rams next Monday.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 223 lbs
Birthplace: Gallatin, TN
Age: 23
School: Georgia Tech