The New York Giants needed some major help at the running back position and it appears that they have found their new starter as they signed former Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart to a 2-year/$6.9 million deal. 126 more words
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/CBS Sports) — The Giants made a splash of their own in free agency Tuesday, signing veteran running back Jonathan Stewart.
The move, first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, reunites Stewart with former Carolina Panthers coordinator Mike Shula and general manager Dave Gettleman. 108 more words
(97.1 The Ticket) Lions general manager Bob Quinn said he intends to make upgrades at running back this offseason, and so far he isn’t wasting time. 216 more words
Earl Thomas’ visit to the Dallas locker room late last season concerned John Schneider and Pete Carroll enough that they wondered whether Thomas wanted to be in Seattle anymore. 430 more words
Recently there have been many people on social media and other sources that are confused with the Carolina Panthers’ recent roster changes. Most concerns are about the release of longtime Panthers Jonathan Stewart, Charles Johnson as well as Kurt Coleman. 626 more words