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Giants don’t pick up Stew’s option

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Well Stewart hopefully had the season to rest his body— could come out for another season and have one last good year.

or he might retire,.. who knows.

classy guy,.. is worth it having him in the locker room as the best example.

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Good dude but it's over for him. He can sit back and count his money or coach or do whatever he wants to at this point. Those guys need a QB and a lot of Oline help before next year begins. 

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Stewy about to do some thangs in the music industry.

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7 minutes ago, panther252 said:

1 day contract to retire a panther? 

Don't think there's a single Panthers fan who would not love that.

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That 30+ cliff for runningbacks is ruthless. Stew was a beast even through 2016. If he can drop some weight he may be able to serve as a supporting role somewhere. Was honestly a good receiving threat in his early years here as well so could be useful to a team like Pitt as depth. 

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2 hours ago, Dex said:

Stewy about to do some thangs in the music industry.

Stew and his wife bought a media company in Charlotte and moved backed here "for good" about a month ago when the Giants told him they wouldn't pick up his option. Heavily involved with promoting music for kids in the community and will use the media platform to help promote his cause. Glad to have him back doing good things around here. 

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The guy had a chance to play football at the highest level of the sport and excelled. He's an accomplished musician. He's got a great start on a family. Excellent fellow in the community. All-around nice guy.

Here's hoping that everything else from here on out will be a success for him, too. 

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1 hour ago, cookinwithgas said:

He needs a music video featuring brutal stiff arms. Now THAT was entertainment.

When we are subjected to Rhonde Barber's inane rambling and inability to mask his glee when the Panthers are doing bad during the seemingly never-ending times he covers Panthers games, the place my mind inevitably goes is to the 2008 MNF game when J-Stew as a rookie stiff armed him into the 7th level of hell.

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9 hours ago, Waldo said:

Good dude but it's over for him. He can sit back and count his money or coach or do whatever he wants to at this point. Those guys need a QB and a lot of Oline help before next year begins. 

Thanks again Marty! (Where running backs go to tell Bill Gates to sit the fug down) Love to be CMC!

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8 hours ago, Khyber53 said:

The guy had a chance to play football at the highest level of the sport and excelled. He's an accomplished musician. He's got a great start on a family. Excellent fellow in the community. All-around nice guy.

Here's hoping that everything else from here on out will be a success for him, too. 

Ring of Honor candidate?

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