The Miami Dolphins could be without running back Raheem Mostert in their first round playoff game due to a broken thumb. Ian Rapoport says that his status is “in doubt,” but doesn’t go into detail. Mostert has been amazing when healthy throughout his time in San Francisco and now Miami. Unfortunately injuries have plagued him.
On the season, Mostert has rushed 181 times for 891 yards and three touchdowns, while catching 31 passes for 202 yards and two more touchdowns.
Raheem Mostert injury updates
Friday, Jan. 13 update — Mostert has been ruled out after not practicing once this week due to his thumb injury. Jeff Wilson Jr. will be the lead back.
Thursday, Jan. 12 update — Mostert is not present at Thursday’s practice, per Daniel Oyefusi.
Wednesday, Jan. 11 update — Mostert is not at the open portion of Wednesday’s practice, per Daniel Oyefusi.
Wednesday, Jan. 11 update — Mostert is still dealing with a broken thumb, but head coach Mike McDaniel said Wednesday that he isn’t ruling out the running back, per Joe Schad.
Monday, Jan. 9 update — Raheem Mostert suffered a broken thumb in Week 18’s win over the Jets, per Ian Rapoport.
Fantasy football advice
If healthy, Mostert makes a fine fantasy and DFS play, especially in a smaller playoff player pool, but there’s a real chance he doesn’t play this weekend. If he doesn’t, Jeff Wilson Jr. would be the lead back and have the most fantasy upside.