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49ers agree to adjust Mostert’s contract; Mostert can earn up to $5.6 million in 2020

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Raheem isn’t going anywhere, and that’s great news.

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Kyle’s update, 11:15 a.m. PT: Schefter said Mostert received “plenty of extra incentives as well as a bonus.”

It wasn’t long ago that San Francisco 49ers RB Raheem Mostert requested a trade from the team after Mostert wanted to be paid like the best back on the team. Per Mostert’s agent, both sides finalized a new deal that will make Mostert happy and keep him around.

There is no word yet on the actual contract, but the good news is that Mostert isn’t going anywhere and will report to training camp on Tuesday with the rest of his teammates.

Ian Rapoport said both sides were in a better place last week, which helped get a deal done. This makes sense for both sides. Mostert proved that he was the best runner on the team last year, and the running game went to another level when he was on the field. On the flip side, Mostert would have a tough time finding a better situation than one in San Francisco.

We’ll update once the contract details are released, but Mostert will be a 49er, and that’s what matters.