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Dec 3, 2023 2 10 5.0 6 0 1
Nov 23, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 19, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 12, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 29, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
We are not drafting Mason in a standard redraft league, but we would like to stash him Dynasty for at least one more year. If he gets a chance to start for the 49ers, we would expect him to be a Fantasy starter and a top waiver add.

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2023 127 5.52 2 1 13 242
2022 258 6.00 1 241.5
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Active Sunday

    Mason (hamstring) is active Sunday against the Eagles. The running back was listed as questionable going into the day. Mason is third on the depth chart behind Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell, and has not carried the ball since Week 6. The second-year pro does have 21 carries for 117 yards and two touchdowns this season.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Deemed questionable

    Mason (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Mason has been restricted to special teams of late and isn't likely to get any playing time on offense in a crucial NFC showdown unless Christian McCaffrey or Elijah Mitchell suffers an injury. If Mason doesn't end up playing, it'll merely impact the 49ers' special teams units, where he's taken double-digit snaps every week this year.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Bothered by hamstring

    Mason missed Wednesday's practice with a hamstring injury, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Mason hasn't recorded a carry or drawn a target since Week 6 and has played just five snaps on offense over the last five games, but he remains a key member of San Francisco's special teams units, where he's logged double-digit snaps every contest this season. If Mason is unable to overcome his hamstring injury in time for Sunday's game in Philadelphia, Tyrion Davis-Price would step in as the No. 3 back behind Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Week 7 Adds (RB Preview)

    The situation in San Francisco is a fluid one, so make sure you check the latest news before making your final waiver claims. If Christian McCaffrey misses Week 7, we expect a split between Jordan Mason and Elijah Mitchell. Mason saw most of the work in Week 6, so we lean toward him, but both backs would be worth starting as flexes at least. Mitchell should do most of the work in the passing game, but Mason is expected to be the lead rusher.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Scores TD after McCaffrey's injury

    Mason rushed five times for 27 yards and a touchdown but wasn't targeted in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Browns. Mason took over as San Francisco's lead back after Christian McCaffrey (oblique/rib) exited in the second half. The 24-year-old running back out of Georgia Tech gave the 49ers a 17-13 lead with an eight-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, but Cleveland responded with a pair of field goals to hand the 49ers their first loss of the season. Elijah Mitchell (knee) returned from a two-game absence but had just minus-3 yards on two carries. If McCaffrey is unable to suit up against the Vikings in Week 7, Mason would likely lead San Francisco's backfield over Mitchell.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Rips off TD in garbage time

    Mason rushed 10 times for 69 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 42-10 win over the Cowboys. He failed to bring in his lone target. Elijah Mitchell (knee) remained sidelined for the second week in a row, affording Mason the opportunity to continue operating as the team's No. 2 backfield option. The special teams ace wound up playing 13 snaps on offense (18 percent), most of which came in the closing moments of Sunday's lopsided affair. Mason put the final nail in the Cowboys' coffin Sunday when he ripped off a 26-yard run in the fourth quarter for the 49ers' sixth and final touchdown of the contest. The 24-year-old finished as the team's leading rusher, but that had more to do with the crooked score as opposed to his role expanding. Fantasy managers should expect to see a handful of touches from Mason in Week 6 if Mitchell remains sidelined for next Sunday's tilt against Cleveland.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Set for No. 2 role Sunday

    Mason is in line to serve as the 49ers' No. 2 running back Sunday against the Cardinals with Elijah Mitchell (knee) listed as questionable but not expected to be active for the contest, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports. The 49ers are also expected to have Tyrion Davis-Price suit up for the first time this season after he was a healthy inactive for the first three games, but he'll likely be ticketed for the No. 3 role while Mason operates as the top backup to lead back Christian McCaffrey. Though McCaffrey should be poised to dominate the snaps and touches while the game is competitive, the 49ers are pegged as two-touchdown favorites by most sportsbooks, meaning that Mason could be in store for plenty of playing time in the event the game turns into a runaway. While both McCaffrey and Mitchell have been available for the first three weeks of the season, Mason's opportunities have been limited almost exclusively to special teams, though he did get three carries late in the 30-12 win over the Giants in Week 3.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Remains limited Thursday

    Mason (foot) was a limited participant at the 49ers' practice Thursday, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Mason is dealing with a sprained foot he suffered in the team's preseason finale Aug. 25 and he has now logged back-to-back limited practices. The running back will look to increase his participation Friday in order to play Sunday in San Francisco's regular season opener against the Steelers on the road.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Limited Wednesday

    Mason (foot) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Mason emerged from the 49ers' preseason finale with a sprained foot, but his return to drills Wednesday indicates that he's making progress in his recovery effort. The 49ers backfield is paced by the do-it-all Christian McCaffrey, whose direct backup, Elijah Mitchell, will also get touches on game days as long as he's healthy. As a result, if Mason isn't ready for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, Tyrion Davis-Price may be the team's third active running back in that contest.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Loses fumble in loss

    Mason took nine carries for 59 yards and recorded one catch for 13 yards in Friday's 23-12 preseason loss to the Chargers, but he lost a fumble at the goal line on the opening drive. With Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell held out, Mason dominated first-team snaps on a night that saw Brock Purdy, Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk and George Kittle all playing. They faced the Chargers' second-team defense and would've scored 14 points in two drives if not for Mason losing a fumble at the goal line. Tyrion Davis-Price then dominated backfield work with the second-stringers en route to 12 touches for 76 yards, perhaps giving the Niners a tougher decision between him and Mason for the No. 3 RB job. Keeping both isn't out of the question.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Lining up to be No. 3 back

    Mason has been operating as the 49ers' third running back during offseason activities, Jerry McDonald of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Mason's standing on the depth chart shouldn't come as a surprise following his strong showing on special teams and as a reserve option out of the backfield in 2022. The then-undrafted rookie quickly surpassed third-round pick Tyrion Davis-Price on the depth chart, and he appears set to maintain that position as the two battle for spots behind starter Christian McCaffrey and top backup Elijah Mitchell.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Solid rookie showing

    Mason finished the 2022 season with 43 carries for 258 yards and a touchdown across 16 regular-season games with San Francisco. Mason was a surprise addition to the active roster out of training camp, and he parlayed that opportunity into a special-teams role to begin the year. The undrafted rookie eventually was called upon to replace injured backups, and he averaged 6.0 yards per carry in his limited action on offense. Mason is signed through the 2024 season, so he figures to operate as the 49ers' third back to open camp behind Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell (groin).
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    The 49ers might not want to overwork Christian McCaffrey in Week 18 against the Cardinals, especially if they aren't guaranteed to get a first-round bye. Mason might get the chance for an increased workload against Arizona, and this is a fantastic matchup since the Cardinals are No. 4 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs. In the past three weeks, three pairs of running backs have scored at least 15 PPR points against Arizona with Latavius Murray and Marlon Mack in Week 15, Leonard Fournette and Rachaad White in Week 16 and Tyler Allgeier and Cordarrelle Patterson in Week 17. There's a chance Elijah Mitchell (knee) could play this week also, and if that happens then I would prefer him over Mason in this game against Arizona.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Sleeper RBs

    The 49ers might not want to overwork Christian McCaffrey in Week 18 against the Cardinals, especially if they aren't guaranteed to get a first-round bye. Mason might get the chance for an increased workload against Arizona, and this is a fantastic matchup since the Cardinals are No. 4 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs. In the past three weeks, three pairs of running backs have scored at least 15 PPR points against Arizona with Latavius Murray and Marlon Mack in Week 15, Leonard Fournette and Rachaad White in Week 16 and Tyler Allgeier and Cordarrelle Patterson in Week 17. There's a chance Elijah Mitchell (knee) could play this week also, and if that happens then I would prefer him over Mason in this game against Arizona.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Reclaims No. 2 role and scores

    Mason (hamstring) rushed two times for 13 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-34 win over Las Vegas. Mason -- who was limited to special teams due to a hamstring injury last week -- resumed his change-of-pace role behind starter Christian McCaffrey, cashing in one of his two carries for the first touchdown of his career. The undrafted rookie saw significantly fewer touches than he had previously as San Francisco's No. 2 back, but that was likely the result of head coach Kyle Shanahan leaning on McCaffrey in a tight contest. Assuming his hamstring injury is fully healed, Mason could be in line for a larger workload against the Cardinals on Sunday in a matchup the 49ers should be heavily favored in.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Cleared from injury report

    Mason (hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Mason suited up with the hamstring injury last week against Washington but only played special teams while Tyrion Davis-Price operated as the No. 2 running back behind Christian McCaffrey. With Mason now off the injury report, a return to the No. 2 role is possible.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Officially limited Wednesday

    Mason (hamstring) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. After his hamstring tightened up on him last Wednesday, Mason was limited last Thursday before going down as questionable ahead of Saturday's game against the Commanders. He ended up suiting up for the Week 16 game, but he also was contained to 17 snaps on special teams, as Tyrion Davis-Price handled the running-back reps that didn't go to Christian McCaffrey. There's a chance Mason takes over the No. 2 role out of the 49ers backfield Sunday at Las Vegas, but he may have to get back to a full session before the end of Week 17 prep in order to do so.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Limited to special teams Saturday

    Mason (hamstring) was active in Saturday's 37-20 win over the Commanders, but he did not receive a carry and logged snaps only on special teams. Mason's hamstring tightened up during practice this week, but he was ultimately cleared before kickoff. Fellow rookie Tyrion Davis-Price -- who was a healthy scratch for the last two weeks -- took over the backup duties behind Christian McCaffrey and finished with 30 yards on nine carries. Perhaps the decision to limit Mason to special teams was a direct result of him missing practice this week due to injury. The Georgia Tech product was excelling at spelling McCaffrey prior to this unexpected shakeup, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him reclaim that role against the Raiders on Jan. 1.
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Active in Week 16

    Mason (hamstring) is listed as active Saturday against the Commanders, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Mason's hamstring tightened up at Wednesday's practice, which resulted in his early departure from that session and limited on-field work Thursday. He subsequently went down as questionable for Week 16 action, but he again will be available to the 49ers offense as Christian McCaffrey's direct backup. Mason has experienced a regular role over the last five games, racking up 32 carries for 210 yards (6.6 YPC).
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  • 49ers' Jordan Mason: Questionable for Saturday

    Mason (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Saturday's contest versus the Commanders, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. A late-week addition to the 49ers' injury report, Mason relayed to David Lombardi of The Athletic on Thursday that his hamstring tightened up at Wednesday's practice, which resulted in him being removed from that session and ultimately going down as a limited participant to end Week 16 prep. If Mason isn't 100 percent or out Saturday, Tyrion Davis-Price and/or practice squad member Tevin Coleman would be the main candidates to get work behind the 49ers' No. 1 running back Christian McCaffrey.
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