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49ers’ Raheem Mostert’s big game vs Packers ruined his Call of Duty time

A year ago, Raheem Mostert had more free time. He wasn’t the lead back of a Super Bowl team, nor was he coming off of a 220-yard, four-touchdown performance in the NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers. He was a fringe roster member of the San Francisco 49ers.

A late can happen in a year. He is now the lead back of a Super Bowl team, and he is coming off of a 220-yard, four-touchdown performance in the NFC Championship Game. What’s changed since then?

“Just more interviews, that’s about it,” Mostert said Thursday, via Matt Maiocco of NBCSportsBayArea.com. “More interviews, and I don’t have that much free time to play video games like I did before. But, hey, that’s what comes with it.”

Raheem Mostert specified that Call of Duty is his favorite game. He doesn’t have much time for that, as he’s preparing for the biggest game of his life instead with the 49ers.

Not only has Raheem Mostert produced for the 49ers, but he’s also become a model of perseverance in the NFL. He was cut by six teams before he found himself in San Francisco. Now, he’s trying to spread the word of positivity.

“I used to be shy about my upbringing and how I was raised and all the stuff I went through, but now I have a platform to where I can spread the word and give a message to everyone, and it’s all positive,” Mostert said.

In 2019, Raheem Mostert tallied 772 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground for the 49ers, marking his best regular season in the NFL.

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