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Jonathan Stewart does NOT have cancer. Weird report I knew nothing about.

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Saw it yesterday but looking at the injury reports they had more than one error on their list so I ignored. Still pretty piss poor mistake to make.

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What do you expect? It's Sporting News. Literally one of the most idiotic, incompetent "publications" to have graced the sporting world.

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Maybe he found a belly dancer? But that was not interesting enough...for them.

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it came from this originally

 

Charge your phone man.

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Maybe The Sporting News knows something J-Stew doesn't........

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I saw him today and he looked pretty healthy.

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I saw him today and he looked pretty healthy.

 

 

not saying stewart has cancer (because he obviously doesn't), but people who have cancer can look healthy right up to the end.

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I can't post on the main thread for some reason,but will just made all you haters eat your words proving how much of an awesome selfless team player he is.

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