Raheem Mostert says he’s close to 100 percent after knee injury

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Running back Raheem Mostert injured his knee in Week 1 last season and never took the field for the 49ers again, but the new member of the Dolphins said that he’s nearing a point where he’ll be cleared for full football activities.

Mostert did not participate in any practices with the team this offseason. Based on a tweet he sent on Wednesday, that should change once the team gets to training camp this summer.

“Rehab is going great! Close to 100%,” Mostert wrote.

Mostert, Chase Edmonds, and Sony Michel all signed with the Dolphins as free agents this offseason. Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed, and 2021 seventh-rounder Gerrid Doaks all return from last season, so good health will be important as Mostert looks for his spot in the pecking order at camp.

7 responses to “Raheem Mostert says he’s close to 100 percent after knee injury

  1. Good luck to Raheem, it seems like they have enough depth to keep him healthy for a season.

  2. Gonna be a stud this year in McDaniel’s offense. Speed to burn, even coming off this injury.

  3. Dude is a beast when he’s healthy. Would love to see him make it a full season.

  4. If he ends up being healthy Miami will have completely reversed their RB room and have one of the best RB rooms all the way from one of the worst.
    So WR room is probably top 3 easily, CB are 2 of best tandems in the game. OL revamped with pro bowl talent.
    Defense did not lose one starter or coach from last season and they were pretty good for final 10 or 12 weeks
    Miami roster is rock solid

  5. I’m so excited about this upcoming season I can hardly contain myself FINS UP!

  6. I say don’t rush(lol) bringing him in. Almost is only good in rada,rada,rada… At the least, save him a spot on the PS. The other RBs will cover till he’s ready.

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