49ers RB Raheem Mostert called his breakout 2019 season an “unbelievable ride” after being on seven different teams through his first two years in the NFL.
“Everything is, like, finally soaking in and it actually is surreal,” Mostert said, via Nick Wagoner of ESPN. “Especially with what I’ve been through these past five years. It’s just been an unbelievable ride and I’ve got to keep it going. We still have one goal, and that’s to get to the Super Bowl. We’ve got to win the rest of these games, so I’ve got to do my best and try to help the team out as best as I can.”
- 49ers DE Nick Bosa was fined $28,075 for the illegal blindside block on Vikings OT Brian O’Neill from last week.
- Troy Renck mentions that the Giants hiring Jason Garrett as offensive coordinator increases the possibility of Mike Shula could become the Broncos’ new quarterbacks’ coach under Pat Shurmur.
- Shula was Shurmur’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the past two seasons.
- Regarding Cardinals QB Kyler Murray saying he would like still to play baseball if possible, Ian Rapoport points out that the Standard Club Addendum in his contract prevents him from playing baseball, which is among the clauses that would make him default of his deal.
- Rapoport points to Article 27B of Murray’s contract, which states: “Player participation in any baseball-related activity; tryouts, workout, scrimmage, or any exhibition by any baseball team in any baseball league, is not allowed.”