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Jonathan Stewart Signs Five Year (36.5 Million) Contract Extension

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Loving it...Signing our core players to long term contracts!

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We need to get more posts per page on these threads, this thing will have 20 pages in no time.

i agree.

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We got almost 90 million in 2 RBs in a passing league while our Defense is still weak in the middle and in the backfield! Yayyyy!!!

let.me say how happy i am that there is still something for people to bitcb about.

the huddle will go on as usual!

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includes some details i haven't seen mentioned yet...

Ben Dogra, Stewart's agent, said the deal is worth $36.5 million and could reach $42.5 million, with $22.5 million in guaranteed money....

But Dogra said talks about an extenion for Stewart began after last season. They were finalized about 90 minutes before Saturday's exhibition opener against Houston.

“Talks have been going on for quite a while. We all thought it was best to keep it under the radar,” Dogra said. “Jonathan loves being a Carolina Panther and wanted to explore the possibility he could stay there the rest of his career.”

...Dogra said the contract is structured as a four-year deal with a club option for a fifth year. Stewart will receive a $9 million signing bonus, and a $9 million option bonus the Panthers must exercise in the spring of 2014, Dogra said.

Dogra said the deal was designed to lessen the impact on the team's salary cap.

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Panthers PR Dept. [email protected]_PR

Since 2008, @Jonathanstewar1 1st year in the @nfl, the #Panthershave produced 9,189 rushing yards, most in the NFL.

What's our w/l record in that timespan?

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Quick....who are the running backs for the patriots?

We just watched a team with modest running backs run all over us.

In today's NFL, a running back is a commodity and it makes no sense to spend guaranteed money on running backs.

You spend money on defensive linemen who can rush the passer. Like the Giants.

Marty Hurney was just on the radio saying it was important to keep key players. What about Julius Peppers?

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I hate to use the same gif 2 days in a row....

but I just gotta.

Black end zones and locking up JStew...

praise-god.gif

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