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: 4.38 40 Time:4.4640 High: 4.54
Projected Round:1Stock: Rated number 3 out of 181 RB's17 / 2504 TOTAL
Before Combine: Hgt: 5112, Wgt: 235, 40YD: 4.38-4.48-4.59
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12/28/14 - RB Jonathan Stewart stepped up with RB DeAngelo Williams out for a fourth straight game with a broken hand, helping complement QB Cam Newton in the running game. Stewart carried the ball 13 times for 49 yards against the Falcons. He also caught two passes for 20 yards.
12/10/14 - RB Jonathan Stewart was limited in Wednesday's practice. He was sore after taking a hit on his hip last Sunday, but he should be good to go against the Bucs.
12/08/14 - RB Jonathan Stewart had a career-best 69-yard touchdown run. His 155 rushing yards were the second most of his career (206 vs. the New York Giants on Dec. 27, 2009).
11/12/14 - RB Jonathan Stewart was limited Wednesday with an ankle injury he suffered against the Eagles. That he practiced even in limited fashion is a good sign for Sunday, but nothing is guaranteed considering Stewart's history.
11/11/14 - RBs Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams combined for just 67 yards on 24 carries, an average of only 2.8 yards per attempt. For years, the Panthers offense revolved around a consistent running game, but that has changed. They came into the game ranked just 26th in the NFL in rushing and they didn't do much to improve that ranking on Monday night. And that has a domino effect on the Panthers offense, since QB Cam Newton is much better when he can use play-action.