Name:*Jonathan Stewart(+) Coming off toe surgery College:OregonNumber: 28 Height: 5-10 Weight: 235 Position:RBPos2: KR Class/Draft Year:Jr/2008 40 Low: 4.36 40 Time:4.4640 High: 4.57
Projected Round:1Stock: Rated number 3 out of 181 RB's17 / 2496 TOTAL
Before Combine: Hgt: 5112, Wgt: 235, 40YD: 4.38-4.48-4.59
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11/14/17 - RB Jonathan Stewart picked up a season-high 110 rushing yards on 17 attempts in Monday's win over the Dolphins. Carolina racked up more than 200 rushing yards for the
11/06/17 - RB Jonathan Stewart is the leading rusher in franchise history, but Carolina fans weren't too pleased with him after two first-quarter fumbles in Atlanta territory.
"It's tough because you know he was running hard," head coach Ron Rivera said. "We will go right back and hand it to Jonathan." Stewart was limited to 11 carries, accounting for only 21 rushing yards in the game.
11/01/17 - RB Jonathan Stewart, with a touchdown run last weekend, has tied for the second-most touchdowns in team history. His 53rd rushing touchdown matched former teammate RB DeAngelo Williams.
They trail only Steven Smith (75), though QB Cam Newton has 51.
10/26/17 - RB Jonathan Stewart has a toe injury, but head coach Ron Rivera gave no indication that it would prevent the franchise's all-time leading rusher from playing at Tampa Bay.
10/01/17 - RB Jonathan Stewart became the Panthers' career rushing leader on Sunday in the win over the Patriots. He had a huge 15-yard run on the final drive, also making up for an earlier miscue -- a fumble at the Patriots' 9. The run, then another Patriots penalty and two runs by Newton into the line, set up the kick. Stewart ran for 68 yards in the game, allowing him to pass DeAngelo Williams and become the team's career rushing leader with 6,868 yards. "A lot of people counted us out of this game," Stewart said. "This locker room believed in each other and went out there and displayed that. We made a lot of plays, and a lot of times we put ourselves in situations, like my fumble (at the Patriots 9), trying to make it harder on ourselves. "At the end of the day, it's a team game and a team effort and that's what we did today."