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Jeff Wilson Jr.
Mohamed Sanu Sr.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty carried once for three yards and caught all three of his passes for an additional 26 receiving yards during a 20-17 Week 16 loss against the Tennessee Titans. Hasty, a second-year running back out of Baylor, has been limited as a running back during his two years on the 49ers, being used sparingly in the passing game. Hasty is buried behind rookie Elijah Mitchell and veteran Jeff Wilson Jr, who recently returned from an offseason knee injury. He is an intriguing stash in dynasty leagues, but he should be left on redraft waiver wires even in a plus matchup against the Houston Texans run defense in Week 17.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty caught three of five passes for 10 yards during a 26-23 overtime win against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 14. The second-year running back did not receive a single carry behind Jeff Wilson Jr. and Deebo Samuel but did haul in three receptions for ten yards. Hasty has only seen more than three carries once this season and has not scored a touchdown since Week 1. He should be dropped from rosters moving forward, assuming rookie Elijah Mitchell is on the mend after being ruled out in Week 14 with a concussion and knee soreness. Even if Mitchell does not return against Atlanta in Week 15, Hasty does not warrant consideration in fantasy lineups.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty is in line to serve as the team's No. 2 running back on Friday with Elijah Mitchell (concussion, knee) ruled out. Jeff Wilson (knee) will operate as the lead back, but the expectation is that Hasty will see a larger-than-normal workload. Through six games, the 25-year-old has posted 139 scrimmage yards and one touchdown. He falls into the mid-range RB4 category in Week 14.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) returned to a full practice on Friday and was removed from the final injury report for Week 13 against the Seattle Seahawks. Hasty will return after a three-game absence, and he also missed three games earlier this year with an ankle injury. He's mostly used in a passing role, as he's recorded 13 catches on 18 targets for 91 yards in his five games played. Rookie Trey Sermon (ankle) is out and could land on Injured Reserve, but Hasty probably won't see many snaps behind workhorse rookie Elijah Mitchell and Jeff Wilson Jr. on Sunday against the Seahawks. Hasty would probably need an injury to Wilson in order to be a consideration as a flex play in deep PPR leagues.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) put in his second straight day of limited practice on Thursday. Hasty has been out of action since Week 9, but he's looking set to return in Week 13 against the Seattle Seahawks to take the place of rookie Trey Sermon (ankle) as the scarcely utilized No. 3 back for San Francisco behind rookie Elijah Mitchell and Jeff Wilson Jr. With Mitchell eating up the vast majority of the team's backfield touches this year, it's left very little room for anyone else to make noise behind him, so Hasty and Wilson won't be realistic starting options in fantasy leagues against Seattle. Hasty has played in just five games in 2021 and has 13 carries for 48 yards and a touchdown and has added 13 receptions on 18 targets for another 91 yards.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday. Hasty hasn't played since Week 9, but it looks as though he's knocking off the cobwebs and could potentially return for a Week 13 date with the division-rival Seattle Seahawks this Sunday. It would be good timing, too, since rookie Trey Sermon (ankle) is dealing with a sprained ankle that could land him on short-term Injured Reserve. If the 25-year-old does return this weekend, he'll merely be the third RB option behind workhorse Elijah Mitchell and Jeff Wilson Jr. In five games played in 2021, Hasty has only 13 carries for 48 yards and one touchdown while adding 13 catches for 91 more yards on 18 targets. He should only be stashed in deep PPR leagues.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) has been ruled out for the Week 12 game against the Minnesota Vikings. Hasty suffered an ankle injury in Week 9 and hasn't practiced or played since. Rookie Elijah Mitchell (finger, rib), who is questionable for this weekend, is closer to a return and would likely take over the lead-back role from Jeff Wilson Jr. if he's active. Hasty has only 13 rushing attempts for 48 yards and one touchdown (3.7 yards per carry) in the five games he's played in, and when this entire backfield is healthy, he's probably third on the depth chart behind Mitchell and Wilson. He's only worth hanging onto in really deep leagues or dynasty/keeper formats.
San Francisco 49ers running back Elijah Mitchell (finger, rib) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. He broke a finger on his right hand in Week 10, had surgery, and missed last week's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The 23-year-old has been limited in practice this week but is trending in the right towards suiting up for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings rank eighth in rush DVOA but are missing most of their run-stoppers. If Mitchell cannot suit up for Week 12, Jeff Wilson Jr. would be the 49ers' primary ball carrier while Trey Sermon would back him up. If active, the 49ers rookie is a solid RB2 against the Vikings. San Francisco running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) did not practice this week after missing the last two games due to an ankle injury. The 25-year-old is trending in the wrong direction and is not likely to play in Week 12. Stay tuned.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) missed another practice on Wednesday. Hasty has been out of action since Week 9 and will need to return to the practice squad if he wants to return in Week 12 to face the Minnesota Vikings. Rookie Elijah Mitchell (finger) missed last Sunday's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars after having surgery to fix a fractured finger, but he could return to lead-back duties in this backfield this weekend. Even if Hasty makes his return in Week 12, he'll likely be behind both Mitchell and Jeff Wilson Jr. for touches, making him only a bench stash in deeper fantasy leagues. The 25-year-old has just 13 carries for 48 yards and one touchdown in five games, although he's caught 13 of 18 targets for an additional 91 yards.
San Francisco 49ers rookie running back Elijah Mitchell (finger) is listed as doubtful for the Week 11 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, while running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) has been ruled out for the second straight week. Mitchell had surgery for a broken finger on Tuesday, but the Niners were optimistic earlier this week that he could play through the injury. That's unlikely to be the case now, and with Hasty out as well, Jeff Wilson Jr. will immediately enter the RB2 picture as the team's primary workhorse running back if Mitchell is officially out on Sunday. Wilson could still be available on the waiver wire in a lot of leagues. Rookie Trey Sermon should see his first offensive snaps since Week 5, but we'd expect him to be a distant second to Wilson in touches.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) missed his second straight practice on Thursday and doesn't look particularly close to returning in Week 11 against the Jacksonville Jaguars after he missed last Sunday night's game. It's Jeff Wilson Jr., not Hasty, that fantasy managers should be eyeing if rookie Elijah Mitchell (finger) is unable to play this weekend after having surgery on Tuesday to fix a broken finger suffered in Week 10. Hasty has missed four games this season due to ankle issues. The expectation is that Mitchell will play against Jacksonville, but if he doesn't, Wilson will be a plug-and-play RB2 option for fantasy managers in need at the position. Hasty is the No. 3 back when this backfield is entirely healthy, which makes him worth leaving on the waiver wire in most leagues.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) missed practice on Wednesday after he was inactive for the Monday night game against the Los Angeles Rams to close out Week 10. San Fran's backfield is suddenly in flux with rookie Elijah Mitchell (finger), who has been the primary workhorse this season, up in the air for Week 11 against the Jacksonville Jaguars after having surgery to fix a fractured finger on Tuesday. If Hasty misses his second straight game this weekend, it would put Jeff Wilson Jr. in line for the majority of the backfield work in a really nice matchup. If you're in need of an RB this week or have Mitchell rostered, Wilson is deserving of a pickup if he's available in your league. If both Hasty and Mitchell are inactive against the Jags, rookie Trey Sermon should have a role behind Wilson.
San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. (knee) will have a role in Monday's game against the Los Angeles Rams with RB JaMycal Hasty (ankle) ruled out. Wilson (knee) made it through practice this week and is all systems go in Week 10. Last week, the 25-year-old was activated off the PUP list, but he did not record a snap in the Week 9 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Hasty was ruled out for Monday's game after missing practice this week with an ankle injury. He logged 33.9% of the offensive snaps in Week 9. Wilson could handle third-down duties and will backup lead-back Elijah Mitchell in Monday's game. The North Texas product is mainly insurance for Mitchell's fantasy managers and is a dart throw at best against the Rams.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) didn't practice on Friday. He's now missed back-to-back practices due to an ankle injury. The 25-year-old played 33.9% of the offensive snaps in the Week 9 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, logging one carry for two yards while catching three of his four targets for 11 yards. Hasty will have one more chance to practice on Saturday and is considered questionable for Monday's game against the Los Angeles Rams. If Hasty cannot suit up, Jeff Wilson Jr. will be the backup to lead-back Elijah Mitchell. Fantasy managers should monitor Saturday's injury report, but if active, Hasty is a dart throw at best in most leagues.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) and wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (knee) both missed practice on Thursday. Hasty played 33.9% of the offensive snaps in the Week 9 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, carrying the ball just one for a two-yard gain while catching three of his four targets for 11 yards. Even if he's available to play on Monday night against the Los Angeles Rams, Jeff Wilson Jr. figures to serve as the third-down back behind rookie starter Elijah Mitchell. That will likely leave just scraps for Hasty, if he's active. If Sanu is forced to miss time, Trent Sherfield, Jauan Jennings and Travis Benjamin will battle for snaps behind Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk. Sanu has 15 catches for 177 scoreless yards in eight games played this year.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty carried once for two yards and caught three of his four targets for an additional 11 yards receiving during a 31-17 Week 9 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Hasty was seldom used until late in the game when the 49ers attempted to mount a comeback with a series of quick drives, dumping it off to the third-year running back to move the chains a couple of times. With Jeff Wilson Jr. returning from an offseason knee injury and rookie Elijah Mitchell playing well and receiving the majority of carries and targets, Hasty should be left on waiver wires in most leagues.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty carried three times for four yards and caught both targets for 29 yards in a 33-22 Week 8 win over the Chicago Bears. The second-year running back is the primary third-down receiving back within the 49ers' offense. However, this yields little value as most offensive targets were distributed between the wide receiving corps on Sunday. Hasty should be avoided in nearly all fantasy formats.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty carried three times for one yard and caught three of six targets for 15 yards in a 30-18 Week 7 loss to the Indianapolis Colts. The second-year running back returned from IR but failed to capitalize on the six targets he saw, which was second-most on the team during Sunday's loss. Hasty can be rostered as injury insurance or with additional changes from head coach Kyle Shanahan. However, Elijah Mitchell has emerged as the clear-cut option until Jeff Wilson Jr. returns from injury, meaning Hasty is of little value in lineups with the current personnel.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) made it through the week of practice without issue and will be activated from Injured Reserve and be available for the Week 7 game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night, according to head coach Kyle Shanahan. Hasty will be active on Sunday, but it remains to be seen how much playing time he'll see alongside rookies Elijah Mitchell and Trey Sermon after being injuring his ankle back in Week 2. The 25-year-old could eventually see a decent role in this backfield after he played 36% of the offensive snaps while carrying the ball five times for 38 yards in Week 2. For now, though, he's only a speculative stash in deeper leagues or for those that are hurting at the RB position.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) landed on injured reserve on Saturday evening. Hasty sustained a high-ankle sprain during the Niners Week 2 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles and will be on the shelf for at least the next three contests. With Elijah Mitchell (shoulder) also listed as doubtful for Sunday Night Football versus the Green Bay Packers, rookie Trey Sermon (concussion) may finally get his chance to shine. Kerryon Johnson was also promoted to the active roster from the practice squad in a corresponding move and could also get involved.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) will be out "a while" with a high ankle sprain, according to head coach Kyle Shanahan. High ankle sprains can keep athletes out anywhere from four to six weeks, so Hasty probably won't be back anytime soon. Rookies Elijah Mitchell (shoulder) is day-to-day and Trey Sermon is in the concussion protocol. Jeff Wilson Jr. is still injured and lead back Raheem Mostert is done for the year. That leaves fourth-stringer Trenton Cannon as the only healthy back heading into Week 3 against the Green Bay Packers. Hasty, who is only owned in six percent of Yahoo leagues, played 35.7 percent of the snaps in Week 2 against the Eagles, carrying the ball only five times for 38 yards and catching four of his five targets for 21 yards. It's anyone's guess as to what this backfield will look like this week given all of San Fran's injuries at the position, but Hasty surely won't be out there.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty (ankle) may not be available for the Sunday Night Football showdown against Green Bay next week. The 25-year-old suffered an ankle injury during the win over the Philadelphia Eagles, and he will join Trey Sermon (concussion) and Elijah Mitchell (shoulder) on the injured list moving forward as a result. While nobody from the trio has been ruled out yet, they will likely miss some practices throughout the week or at least participate in a limited capacity leading up to Week 3. Fantasy managers need to monitor this situation closely while keeping Trenton Cannon and Kyle Juszczyk in their back pocket as potential short-term replacements in deeper formats. The Niners may also need to make a transaction at some point before the meeting with the Packers, so there's that, too.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty carried five times for 38 yards and caught four of five targets for 21 yards during Sunday's 17-11 Week 2 win against the Philadelphia Eagles. Hasty was used more than many anticipated, including leading the 49ers running backs in targets. If he is still available on waiver wires, Hasty may be an inexpensive investment in free-agent auction-based (FAAB) leagues, as head coach Kyle Shanahan clearly favors a true running-back-by-committee.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty carried once for a three-yard rushing touchdown and caught his lone target for 15 yards during Sunday's 41-33 win over the Detroit Lions. Due to Mostert's injury early within the game, Hasty was given a relief opportunity behind rookie Elijah Mitchell, who absorbed the lion's share of carries (19) in the 49ers backfield due to Trey Sermon being ruled inactive. Hasty can be stashed on fantasy benches but he remains a high-risk start against the stout run defense of the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 2.
San Francisco 49ers running back JaMycal Hasty had 13 carries for 55 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 34-10 win over the Las Vegas Raiders in the preseason finale. Hasty enters his second season in the league and is buried in a talented San Francisco running back depth chart. His impressive running on Sunday was seen with a 35-yard touchdown and another three-yard goal-line rushing touchdown on consecutive drives to put the game away. Raheem Mostert, Trey Sermon, and Wayne Gallman II all project to receive carries ahead of Hasty. However, he makes for a fine stash in dynasty leagues, particularly if injuries occur.
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