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Injury report, not looking good for Stewart or Bell

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Pat Y's saying Stewart has a toe injury!?

http://m.espn.go.com/general/blogs/blogpost?blogname=nfcsouth&id=39292

Let’s start this one off with a fantasy-football alert. Carolina running back Jonathan Stewart could miss Thursday night’s game due to a toe injury. Stewart hasn’t practiced all week. If he can’t play, expect more carries for DeAngelo Williams and fullback Mike Tolbert also could get some time at tailback.

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Pat probably is wrong, it's an ankle.

Where is Campbell? Surely he is better than Williams.

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We will need Bell vs the GMen front line

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Pat Y's saying Stewart has a toe injury!?

http://m.espn.go.com...csouth&id=39292

Let’s start this one off with a fantasy-football alert. Carolina running back Jonathan Stewart could miss Thursday night’s game due to a toe injury. Stewart hasn’t practiced all week. If he can’t play, expect more carries for DeAngelo Williams and fullback Mike Tolbert also could get some time at tailback.

Na, it is a toe injury. Rivera stated that early today.

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Toe injury is rough and could easily prevent him from playing for more than one game. If its turf toe, it's terrible news.

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Toe injury is rough and could easily prevent him from playing for more than one game. If its turf toe, it's terrible news.

Exactly. fuging great. I'm just not optimistic if J-Stew and Bell are both not playing tomorrow night. Especially with Garry Williams as our RT next game.

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Toe injury is rough and could easily prevent him from playing for more than one game. If its turf toe, it's terrible news.

Rivera said not turf toe.

http://blogs.charlotte.com/panthers/2012/09/stewart-could-miss-game-vs-giants.html

Rivera said Stewart does not have turf toe. “I'm not quite sure how to explain it,” Rivera added. “But it's sore.”
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didnt Stew have toe issues his first couple years with us?

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didnt Stew have toe issues his first couple years with us?

yes.

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They will all definitely play. Stewart probably won't get as many carries as he usually does but just having him get a few plays in makes a HUGE difference in what we can do.

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They'll play. Why not fain a strong possibility of not having 2 key players when your opponent has put out that they will be without some? Make them gameplan accordingly...then surprise them on game day.

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Game-time decisions...I wonder how early they'll announce it...when the inactives are released or earlier in the day? But I'm confident that they should all play

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