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Cam Fully Cleared; Stewart Out 1-2 Weeks

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JStew doesn't know how to not to be injuryed

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Sigh, Stewart.  Back to the bike!

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If Stewart plays 6 games this whole year I will be amazed.He is like the Samuel L.Jackson character in unbreakable....ready to call it a day with him if this carries on again this season.

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Guarantee Stewart is starting the season on the PUP list.

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Whatever, Tolbert is better anyway.

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Sick of Stewart.

 

Takes of space and does nothing.  Has done nothing for 3 years.  I'd honestly cut him to at least get a cheap body in how can contribute; don't give a damn how much it costs.

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Whatever, Tolbert is better anyway.

Yup rated 92 on Madden....lol

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Kug out for the season.

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I will be so glad when the Jonathan Stewart era is over in Carolina. People b!tch about the Deangelo Williams contract..... but Jeebus!

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You know it wouldn't be camp without JStew on a bike.

 

I'm willing to bet he'll be healthier this year tho.

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