National Football Post "A lawsuit filed Thursday in Florida by a group of 16 current and former NFL players may be the latest evidence of perhaps the biggest scam of player money in league history. Two sources said the losses could approach $100 million or more. The lawsuit, which includes Ray Lewis, Jevon..." November 01
Charlotte Observer "In the 11 months since Jonathan Stewart last appeared in a game, the Carolina Panthers running back has undergone surgeries on both ankles, put in hundreds of hours of rehab and logged countless miles on stationary bikes without going anywhere. But barring any setbacks, Stewart will be back..." October 31
Charlotte Observer "Jonathan Stewart hadn’t played or practiced since Nov. 26 2012 when he injured his right ankle against Philadelphia. So here he was Tuesday out of the jailhouse (Stewart’s term) and onto the field. Coach Ron Rivera said something about Stewart’s “fresh legs” and players responded by offering..." October 23
Cat Scratch Reader "Moving Jonathan Stewart makes a lot of on-field sense but almost none to the front office. The NFL trade deadline is nine days away and Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart has been mentioned often in trade suggestions. While the Panthers have little need for another running back in..." October 19
Jonathan Stewart not in pads.
Rivera not sure if Jonathan Stewart will be ready for Week 7. He wasn't optimistic or pessimistic in saying that just it's too early
Charlotte Observer "The Panthers' second-ranked rushing attack is getting some reinforcements. Rookie running back Kenjon Barner returned to practice Tuesday for the first time since injuring his foot in the third preseason game at Baltimore. More importantly veteran running back Jonathan Stewart is on track to..." September 24
Charlotte Observer "In what has been a quiet training camp and exhibition season so far the Panthers have now suffered their first major loss. Jonathan Stewart can be a beast when he’s healthy – remember that 206-yard game he had against the Giants in 2009? But he hasn’t been healthy for a while now. Stewart was..." August 29
Charlotte Observer "After meeting with a doctor about his surgically repaired right ankle Tuesday Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart will begin the season on the physically unable to perform list according to a league source. Stewart who has been on the preseason PUP list would not be eligible to come off..." August 27
Jonathan Stewart meeting with doctor tomorrow. We could know by tomorrow afternoon if he goes to PUP for the regular season.
Jonathan Stewart says he won't practice tomorrow did not say when he might be available. Had surgery on both ankles this off-season.
Cat Crave "It has been a disappointing offseason for Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart to say the least. After missing seven games in 2012 due to nagging injuries, the veteran underwent surgery on each of his ankles this offseason. For a player entering his sixth season in the NFL, having..." July 19
NFL.com "Faced with salary-cap issues, the Carolina Panthers were expected by some to part with veteran running back DeAngelo Williams early this offseason. That move never happened, ostensibly because Williams is needed as insurance after Jonathan Stewart underwent surgery on both ankles. As the..." July 11
Cat Crave "Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams have lately been “crash and bash” rather than “smash and dash”. While I realize some of these falters were due to bad reads by the OC, the RBs need to take their share of the responsibility. The great running backs did not lose yards simply because of a..." June 23
J Stewart rehabbing both ankles after offseason surgery. Rivera said he's on track. He won't see action til at least training camp.
Charlotte Observer "High above the city of Charlotte in an uptown condo, you’ll find an impromptu treat. There’s a man sitting at a piano – someone you’re used to seeing play something very different. “I have one extreme where I play this physical sport getting tackled, hitting people, (with) blood, bruises,..." April 11
Charlotte Observer "While Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson and other team officials have been visiting Raleigh looking for funding for stadium upgrades, general manager Dave Gettleman and the front office have been dealing with their own money matters. The Panthers have restructured the contracts of two..." February 16
Cat Scratch Reader "The Carolina Panthers quietly took their first step to long-term financial solvency, as it was reported this evening that running back Jonathan Stewart restructured his deal with the organization to reduce his cap figure in future seasons, but actually add to Carolina's cap in 2013. According..." February 14