Raheem Mostert discloses that he texted Deebo Samuel to end beef with former 49ers teammates

Deebo Samuel and Raheem Mostert

Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert’s beef with Deebo Samuel and his other former San Francisco 49ers teammates might be over as soon as it started.

The 30-year-old recently revealed that he got in contact with Samuel privately and that they’ve cleared the air.

Hopefully, there is really no animosity between the two players who were on the same team for three seasons.

Mostert played for the Niners from 2016 to 2021. There, he had the best years of his professional career, with the 2019 campaign being his most productive yet. In that season, he rushed the ball 137 times for 772 yards and eight touchdowns. Additionally, he caught 14 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns.

That season also marked the first time the Purdue University product was on the same squad as Samuel. San Francisco drafted the wide receiver in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

It was in the following campaign that the Niners reached the Super Bowl. They faced the Kansas City Chiefs in the championship game and were on the verge of winning the title before the Chiefs outscored them 21-0 in the final quarter. They lost the Vince Lombardi Trophy to Patrick Mahomes and company.

Mostert and Samuel eventually parted ways in 2021 after the former signed a one-year contract with the Dolphins.

It seems like the Florida native is thriving in Miami, appearing in 10 games and starting eight of them. He appears to be enjoying his time with the Dolphins, but it was only a matter of time before he had to face off against his previous team and comparisons had to be made.

Ahead of the Week 13 bout between Miami and San Francisco, the veteran running back seemingly took a shot at his former teammates, saying that there is way better talent in Miami than on the roster of his former organization.

Naturally, Samuel, along with Niners pass rusher Charles Omenihu, took offense to the remarks and clapped back at Mostert.

Fortunately, they were able to sort it out. The matchup will possibly be heated even without the drama off the field because both squads are leading their respective divisions and will likely treat the Sunday game as must-win in order to maintain their positions in their divisions.