On Tuesday, Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert joined FanSided national NFL reporter Matt Verderame on the Stacking The Box Podcast.
Raheem Mostert is part of the NFL’s fastest offense. It’s something he believes will take the Miami Dolphins a long way.
Mostert, who is working with Crest/Oral-B on a campaign called Closing America’s Smile Gap, aimed at making sure every child is able to properly brush their teeth. During his conversation with FanSided, Mostert found out in real time about Miami’s trades for edge rusher Bradley Chubb and running back Jeff Wilson, along with their jettisoning of tailback Chase Edmonds.
Mostert also talked about how fun it’s been playing with the perimeter duo of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, who rank first and fourth respectively in receiving yards.
Dolphins’ back Raheem Mostert talked Tyreek Hill, Tua Tagovailoa and more
After spending time with the Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, New York Jets, Chicago Bears and Dolphins throughout 2015-16, Mostert finally caught on with the San Francisco 49ers. In the Bay Area, Mostert spent six years, notching a career-high 772 rushing yards and eight touchdowns in 2019, helping the Niners reach Super Bowl LIV.
Now with former offensive coordinator and current head coach Mike McDaniel in Miami, Mostert has taken the leading role and has thrived, rushing for 4.5 yards per carry while totaling 452 yards on the ground.