Giants Sign Former Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart to Two-Year Deal


Gettleman, who was sacked in July 2017, gave Stewart a one-year contract extension several months before he was relieved of his job.

Stewart brings veteran leadership, familiarity with the Giants' offensive coordinator Mike Shula, and a hard-nose attitude.

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On Tuesday, a bit more clarity arrived when Gettleman made a decision to sign 30-year-old running back Jonathan Stewart, who will turn 31 later this month.

According to a report by Adam Schefter at ESPN, Stewart is expected to sign with Dave Gettleman's new team when free agency opens tomorrow.

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Prior to his release, Stewart had spent his entire National Football League career with the Panthers. In his 10 seasons with Carolina, Stewart rushed for 7,318 yards and scored 58 total touchdowns.

He did have six rushing touchdowns, but his yards per carry average was the lowest of his career. At the very least, the Giants will utilize Stewart on first and second downs this season, but Wayne Gallman and potentially a 2018 draft pick will eat into his overall volume. The Giants were smart to pursue a player of Norwell's caliber and age (26), because he'd help them immediately and also be there to help once their rebuild is complete. Stewart ran for a season-high 110 yards on 17 carries against Miami on November 13. The Panthers also used the No. 8 overall draft selection a year ago on running back Christian McCaffrey.

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The Oregon product has been a steady and consistent force throughout his career with seven seasons of more than 700 rushing yards and is a powerful runner who serves as a reliable option inside the red zone and when Carolina needs a critical short-yardage pickup.