RB Jonathan Stewart expected to sign with Giants

Former Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart expected to sign with New York Giants, ESPN reports

Report: Jonathan Stewart Expected to Sign with Giants After Panthers Release

Two weeks after he was cut by the Carolina Panthers, it appears running back Jonathan Stewart has found a new home.

The Giants announced the deal on Tuesday night. Add in the fact that Stewart is coming off a season in which he averaged 3.4 yards per carry with the Panthers and is clearly on the downslope of his career and, well, it certainly seems like Gettleman thinks his team isn't that far off from competing and that Stewart will help get them over the top. He departs Carolina as it's all-time leading rusher, tallying 7,318 yards over 10 seasons. A report by NFL.com provided much of the information used in this article.

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The Panthers cut Stewart on February 28. His 51 rushing touchdowns rank second in team history to quarterback Cam Newton's 54, and his 58 total scores are second to wide receiver Steve Smith's 75. His best game of the season came in a week 14 win over the Minnesota Vikings. His season-high, in rushing yards, was the 110 he picked up in a victory, in week ten, over the Miami Dolphins. Shula served in the same role for the Panthers for five seasons from 2013-17.

The New York Giants missed out on their ideal ex-Carolina Panther in this week's free agent frenzy. Plus, there are a whole host of promising running back prospects in this year's draft like, say, Saquon Barkley, who the Giants could take at No. 2 overall. Gallman finished his rookie year of 2017 with 476 rushing yards on 111 carries (4.3 yards per carry) but no touchdowns. Stewart has 18 100-yard games, and that was the only one against the Giants.

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