New Smyrna product Raheem Mostert's contract says that he can't surf

You would think that the 49ers wouldn't pay this much attention to the contract details of a running back who is paid less than any other RB on their roster...but, we'll file this under the due diligence tab!

Mostert signed a contract a 3 year deal with the team this past offseason and apparently, the 49ers wrote into the contract that Mostert isn't allowed to surf! Read more below:

The San Francisco 49ers running back grew up surfing in his hometown of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, but he told ESPN on Monday that his new three-year, $8.7 million contract prohibits him from "extraordinary sports" such as surfing.

"That was put in this year. I'm not allowed to," said Mostert, who last surfed in January 2019 with a few teammates. "I'll be able to have time to do that when I'm done playing ball. I'm not too bummed about it. I have one objective, one goal, and that's to play the game I love right now and to play in the Super Bowl."

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