Raheem Mostert, Jeff Wilson roast Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers before Week 13 game

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Mostert, Wilson Jr. roast Jimmy G, 49ers ahead of their Week 13 clash, which originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
The Faithful were ready to welcome back some familiar faces to Levi's Stadium next week. But this homecoming may not be such a friendly reunion for some.
That's because Miami Dolphins running backs Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson Jr. — who were 49ers together from 2018 to 2021 — have both cast some shadows on their former franchise and peers recently.
In Part 2 of a feature series on Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, GoLongTD.com's Tyler Dunne included some quotes from Mostert and Wilson Jr., who took the 49ers' Twitter by storm on Sunday.
"We have much better talent here," Mostert told Dunne of the Dolphins. "It's going to be scary"
Mostert didn't hold back on ridiculing the 49ers, even delivering a not-so-subtle punch to the man he'd taken handoffs from earlier in the bay. The 30-year-old praised his current field general Tagovailoa while seemingly firing at 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
"We have a quarterback," Mostert said of Tagovailoa, "that can actually hurl it."
A few hours after the original story was published by GoLongTD.com, Mostert took to Twitter to deny that he was disparaging Garoppolo.
After the 49ers decided not to bring back their hero from the 2019 NFC Championship Game, Mostert agreed to a one-year deal with the Dolphins in March.
Mostert lit up the NFC title game with 220 rushing yards and four touchdowns in the 49ers' 37-20 win over the Green Bay Packers, helping San Francisco to their first Super Bowl in seven years. But injuries over the next two seasons changed everything.
Mostert only played eight games in 2020, and in the 49ers' opener of 2021 he suffered a knee injury that sidelined him for the rest of the season when he opted for surgery -- a decision he says the team didn't like.
He now believes the 49ers used his decision to play it safe against him when free agency scored.
"It's not right," Mostert said to Dunne. "And it's up to the player to come forward and say, 'That's not right. I don't think that's in my best interest.” Sometimes you don't get that with players. But for me this was my case. I knew exactly what I wanted. I knew exactly how I would handle the situation. I knew exactly – after rehab – what I had to do to get back on the pitch.”
Wilson's departure came earlier this month when the 49ers traded the 26-year-old to Miami for a fifth-round pick in 2023 at the NFL trade deadline, shortly after acquiring Christian McCaffrey from the Carolina Panthers.
The 49ers' need for Wilson - who had spent his entire five-year career up to that point in Red and Gold - was reduced almost immediately by McCaffrey's arrival. Wilson admitted to Dunne that each side with the trade "had to make a business decision," adding that there were "no hard feelings" between him and the 49ers.
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