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Jonathan Stewart
RB #28
Height:
5-10
Weight:
235
Age:
27
College:
Oregon
Hometown:
Lacey, Wash.
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2014):

CAR
58
YDS
217
AVG
3.7
TDS
1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesRushingReceivingFumbles
GGSAttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLongTDFUMLost
TOTAL 924 4,233 4.6 67 28 116 988 8.5 55 4 13 7
2014 CAR 5 4 58 217 3.7 22 1 11 85 7.7 22 0 -- --
2013 CAR 6 1 48 180 3.8 16 0 7 44 6.3 16 0 1 0
2012 CAR 9 6 93 336 3.6 21 1 17 157 9.2 30 1 2 0
2011 CAR 16 3 142 761 5.4 32 4 47 413 8.8 26 1 1 0
2010 CAR 14 7 178 770 4.3 48 2 8 103 12.9 55T 1 4 4
2009 CAR 16 3 221 1,133 5.1 67T 10 18 139 7.7 19 1 3 2
2008 CAR 16 0 184 836 4.5 41 10 8 47 5.9 15 0 2 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultRushingReceivingFumbles
AttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 @TB W 20-14 9 20 2.2 6 0 3 17 5.7 14 0 -- --
2 DET W 24-7 15 37 2.5 22 1 1 22 22 22 0 -- --
3 PIT L 19-37 5 31 6.2 15 0 3 19 6.3 14 0 -- --
4 @BAL L 10-38 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 CHI W 31-24 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @CIN L 37-37 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 @GB L 17-38 13 50 3.8 18 0 1 12 12 12 0 -- --
8 SEA L 9-13 16 79 4.9 18 0 3 15 5 8 0 -- --

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Activated from the physically unable to perform list by Carolina (11/2/13)...Placed on the physically unable to perform list with an injured right ankle by Carolina (8/27/13)...Declared physically unable to perform by Carolina (7/25/13)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (8/13/12)...Selected by Carolina in the first round (13th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft (4/26/08).

GP/GS
Career (77/20) [1/0]; 2013 (6/1) [0/0]; 2012 (9/6); 2011 (16/3); 2010 (14/7); 2009 (16/3); 2008 (16/0) [1/0].

2013
Spent the first seven games on the physically unable to perform list for Carolina while recovering from offseason surgery on both ankles...Played in six games with one start and was inactive for three games after being activated from the physically unable to perform list (11/2)...Compiled 180 yards on 48 carries...Posted seven catches for 44 yards...Ranks second in team history with 866 rushing attempts, 4,016 rushing yards and nine games with 100 or more rushing yards...Stands third with 27 rushing touchdowns and 4.64-yard rushing average...Inactive with a knee injury versus the New York Jets (12/15), versus New Orleans (12/22) and at Atlanta (12/29)...POSTSEASON: Inactive for NFC Divisional Playoff versus San Francisco (1/12)...Vs. Atlanta (11/3): Made season debut...Gained a team-high 43 yards on nine carries...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/1): Started in place of an injured DeAngelo Williams...Moved into second place in team history with 865 rushing attempts, surpassing DeShaun Foster with 851 from 2002-07...At New Orleans (12/8): Suffered a partially torn right medial collateral ligament in the third quarter while being tackled at the end of a 16-yard catch...Injury caused him to be inactive for the last three regular season games and playoff game.

2012
Played in nine games with six starts and was inactive for seven games for Carolina...Produced 336 yards and one touchdown on 93 attempts...Registered 17 catches for 157 yards and one touchdown...Contributed to offense that produced 5,771 total net yards and 328 first downs, the second-highest totals in team history...Ranks second in team history with 3,836 rushing yards, 27 rushing touchdowns and nine games with 100 or more rushing yards...Stands third with 818 rushing attempts and 4.69-yard rushing average...Inactive at Tampa Bay (9/9), versus the New York Giants (9/20) and for the last five games with an ankle injury...Vs. New Orleans (9/16): Took a screen pass 17 yards for a touchdown...Vs. Tampa Bay (11/18): Fought way into the end zone from one yard out.

2011
Played in 16 games with three starts for Carolina...Ranked second on the team with 761 yards and four touchdowns on 142 attempts...Became the franchise's second all-time leading rusher...Finished second on the team with a career-high 47 receptions for 413 yards and one touchdown...Set team records for the most catches and receiving yards in a season by a running back, bettering the previous highs of 45 catches and 394 receiving yards by Nick Goings in 2004...Part of rushing attack that featured the first team in NFL history to have three players with 700 or more rushing yards in the same season: DeAngelo Williams - 836 yards, Stewart - 761 yards and Cam Newton - 706 yards...Ranks second in team history with 3,500 rushing yards, 26 rushing touchdowns and nine games with 100 or more rushing yards...Stands third with 725 rushing attempts and 4.83-yard rushing average...Vs. Green Bay (9/18): Paced the Panthers with eight catches for 100 yards, both career highs...Became the second running back in team history to produce 100 yards receiving in a game, joining Williams with 101 yards at Philadelphia (12/4/06)...Eight receptions tied the team record for the most by a running back, previously accomplished twice - by Mike Goodson at Cleveland (11/28/10) and Vince Workman versus St. Louis (9/17/95)...At Atlanta (10/16): Bulldozed way into the end zone from one yard out...Vs. Washington (10/23): Carried a season-high 14 times for 68 yards, scoring on a two-yard run...Became the third player in team history to surpass 3,000 career rushing yards, joining Williams and DeShaun Foster...At Tampa Bay (12/4): Produced a team-high 80 yards and 31-yard touchdown on 14 attempts...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/24): Led the Panthers with a season-high 88 yards on seven attempts as part of offense that amassed 270 rushing yards, equaling the second-highest total in franchise history...Moved into second place in team history for rushing yards, eclipsing Foster with 3,336 yards from 2002-07...Reached the milestone on a 13-yard run on the first play of the game...Turned a reception on fourth-and-one into an 11-yard touchdown...At New Orleans (1/1): Compiled a team-high 79 yards on nine carries with a 29-yard touchdown run.

2010
Played in 14 games with seven starts...Led the Panthers in rushing for the second consecutive season with 770 yards on 178 attempts with two touchdowns...Caught eight passes for 103 yards and one touchdown...Inactive at Tampa Bay (11/14) and versus Baltimore (11/21) with a concussion...Vs. Cincinnati (9/26): Scored on a one-yard run in the third quarter to move into second place in team history with 21 career rushing touchdowns, breaking a tie with Stephen Davis - who totaled 20 rushing touchdowns for Carolina from 2003-05...At New Orleans (10/3): Made a career-long 55-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter...Vs. New Orleans (11/7): Suffered a concussion, which caused him to miss the next two games...Vs. Atlanta (12/12): Compiled a team-leading 133 yards on 18 carries to move into second place in team history with eight career 100-yard rushing games, bettering the seven 100-yard rushing efforts by Tshimanga Biakabutuka from 1996-2001, Stephen Davis from 2003-05 and DeShaun Foster from 2002-07...Produced a season-long 48-yard run in the third quarter to set up Carolina's only touchdown of the game two plays later...Vs. Arizona (12/19): Generated a season-high and team-leading 137 yards on 27 carries to record second consecutive and ninth ever 100-yard rushing effort...Represented the second-highest rushing total of career behind a team-record 206 yards at the New York Giants (12/27/09)...Moved into third place in team history with 2,637 career rushing yards, surpassing Tshimanga Biakabutuka with 2,530 yards from 1996-2001.

2009
Played in 16 games with three starts...Led the Panthers with a career-high 1,133 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns on 221 attempts for an average of 5.13 yards per carry...Yards and touchdowns rank as the third-highest totals in team history...Compiled 100 yards rushing five times, including in the final three games of the season...Equaled team record for the third-most 100-yard games in a season...Teamed with running back DeAngelo Williams, who totaled 1,117 yards, to become the first set of teammates in NFL history to each rush for more than 1,100 yards in the same year...Posted 18 receptions for 139 yards and one touchdown...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for performance in Week 15 versus Minnesota (12/20)...Rushed for 109 yards and one touchdown on 25 attempts in 26-7 win...First 100-yard rusher against Vikings in more than two years...Vs. Washington (10/11): Eight-yard touchdown run in fourth quarter capped 15-point second-half comeback...At Tampa Bay (10/18): Generated 110 yards and a 26-yard touchdown on 17 carries to register third-career 100-yard rushing effort...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/6): Tallied 120 yards and one touchdown, scoring on a three-yard run, on 26 attempts to notch fourth career 100-yard rushing performance...Vs. Minnesota (12/20): Gained 109 yards on 25 carries with a three-yard touchdown run...Became first 100-yard rusher against the Vikings since Ryan Grant with 119 yards for Green Bay (11/11/07)...Marked fifth career 100-yard rushing game...Scored first career receiving touchdown on a two-yard reception...At New York Giants (12/27): Set a team record with 206 yards and one touchdown on 28 attempts, breaking the previous mark of 186 yards by Williams versus Tampa Bay (12/8/08)...Scampered 29 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter...Established single-game highs for yards and carries, surpassing previous bests of 130 yards versus Detroit (11/16/08) and 26 attempts versus Tampa Bay (12/6/09)...Represented sixth career 100-yard rushing performance...Vs. New Orleans (1/3): Produced third consecutive and seventh career 100-yard rushing effort with 125 yards and one touchdown on 16 attempts...Tied the team record for the second-most consecutive 100-yard rushing games with three – previously accomplished twice, most recently by Fred Lane in 1997...Galloped a career-long 67 yards for a touchdown on the second play of the game...Bettered previous long of 52 yards at the New York Giants (12/27).

2008
Played in all 16 games...Established multiple team rookie rushing records despite not starting a game...Rushed for 836 yards and 10 touchdown, the third highest single-season total in team history, on 184 carries for an average of 4.5 yards per attempt...Set team rookie records for rushing attempts, rushing yards, average rushing gain, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns...Posted eight receptions for 47 yards...Averaged 23.3 yards on 15 kickoff returns...At San Diego (9/7): Gained 53 yards on 10 carries in NFL debut...Returned four kickoffs for 84 yards...Vs. Chicago (9/14): Sparked second-half comeback with 77 yards and two touchdowns on 14 attempts...Scored first NFL touchdown on four-yard run and game winning touchdown on one-yard run with 3:52 remaining in the game...At Minnesota (9/21): Scored on a two-yard run in the second quarter...Averaged a season-best 29.2 yards on five kickoff returns with a long of 38 yards...Vs. Atlanta (9/28): Tallied 52 yards on 14 carries, including an eight-yard touchdown run to complete game-opening drive...Vs. Kansas City (10/5): Carried a season-high 19 times for 72 yards...Vs. New Orleans (10/19): Produced a team-leading 68 yards on 17 attempts with an 18-yard touchdown run...Vs. Detroit (11/16): Accumulated a season-high 130 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries...Scored on a 22-yard scamper...Combined with DeAngelo Williams, who rushed for 120 yards, to become the first pair of running backs in team history to eclipse 100 yards in the same game...At Green Bay (11/30): Recorded a season-long 41-yard run among four carries for 56 yards...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/8): Compiled 115 yards and two touchdowns on 15 attempts as he and Williams, who amassed 186 yards, again reached 100 yards to pace a record-setting 299-yard rushing attack...Set a team rookie record with his eighth rushing touchdown of the season on a four-yard run in the fourth quarter...Vs. Denver (12/14): Registered 52 yards and a two-yard touchdown on 16 carries...At New Orleans (12/28): Ran for 56 yards and a two-yard touchdown on 17 attempts...NFC Divisional Playoffs Vs. Arizona (1/10): Had 12 yards and one touchdown on three carries...Capped Panthers opening drive with a nine-yard touchdown run.

COLLEGE
Played in 36 games with 25 starts at Oregon...Entered NFL following junior season...Ranks second in school history with 2,891 rushing yards on 516 attempts...Scored 27 rushing touchdowns...Produced 14 career 100-yard rushing outings, including two 200-yard rushing efforts...Set a school record with a career kickoff return average of 28.69 yards on 58 returns for 1,664 yards and two touchdowns...Tallied 49 receptions for 334 yards and four touchdowns...Stands third in school history with 4,889 all-purpose yards...2007 (Jr.): First-team All-Pac-10 Conference choice...Semifinalist for the Maxwell Award, given to the college player of the year, and Doak Walker Award, presented to the nation's top running back...Played in 13 games with 12 starts...Led the conference with a school record 1,722 rushing yards on 280 carries with 11 touchdowns...Rushed for more than 100 yards in nine games, including two 200-yard performances...Became the first player in school history to run for more than 200 yards twice in the same season...Galloped 88 yards for a touchdown versus Fresno State, the second-longest run in Oregon history...Ranked first in the conference with a school record 2,481 all-purpose yards...Returned 23 kickoffs for 614 yards...Posted 22 catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns...2006 (So.): Second-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection...Played in 13 games with 12 starts...Led the Ducks with 981 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on 183 attempts...Totaled more than 100 rushing yards in five games...Finished first in the conference with a 28.1-yard kickoff return average on 23 returns for 646 yards...Notched 20 receptions for 144 yards and one touchdown...2005 (Fr.): Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman team pick by The Sporting News...Played in 10 games with one start...Carried 53 times for 188 yards and six touchdowns...Averaged 33.7 yards, the second-highest single-season total in Oregon history, on 12 kickoff returns for 404 yards and two touchdowns...Became the first player in school history to return two kickoffs for touchdowns in a season...97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Oregon State equaled the fourth longest in school history...Added seven catches for 45 yards and one touchdown.

PERSONAL
Attended Timberline HS in Lacey, Wash....Majored in political science at Oregon.

TRANSACTIONS
Activated from the physically unable to perform list by Carolina (11/2/13)...Placed on the physically unable to perform list with an injured right ankle by Carolina (8/27/13)...Declared physically unable to perform by Carolina (7/25/13)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (8/13/12)...Selected by Carolina in the first round (13th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft (4/26/08).

GP/GS
Career (77/20) [1/0]; 2013 (6/1) [0/0]; 2012 (9/6); 2011 (16/3); 2010 (14/7); 2009 (16/3); 2008 (16/0) [1/0].

2013
Spent the first seven games on the physically unable to perform list for Carolina while recovering from offseason surgery on both ankles...Played in six games with one start and was inactive for three games after being activated from the physically unable to perform list (11/2)...Compiled 180 yards on 48 carries...Posted seven catches for 44 yards...Ranks second in team history with 866 rushing attempts, 4,016 rushing yards and nine games with 100 or more rushing yards...Stands third with 27 rushing touchdowns and 4.64-yard rushing average...Inactive with a knee injury versus the New York Jets (12/15), versus New Orleans (12/22) and at Atlanta (12/29)...POSTSEASON: Inactive for NFC Divisional Playoff versus San Francisco (1/12)...Vs. Atlanta (11/3): Made season debut...Gained a team-high 43 yards on nine carries...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/1): Started in place of an injured DeAngelo Williams...Moved into second place in team history with 865 rushing attempts, surpassing DeShaun Foster with 851 from 2002-07...At New Orleans (12/8): Suffered a partially torn right medial collateral ligament in the third quarter while being tackled at the end of a 16-yard catch...Injury caused him to be inactive for the last three regular season games and playoff game.

2012
Played in nine games with six starts and was inactive for seven games for Carolina...Produced 336 yards and one touchdown on 93 attempts...Registered 17 catches for 157 yards and one touchdown...Contributed to offense that produced 5,771 total net yards and 328 first downs, the second-highest totals in team history...Ranks second in team history with 3,836 rushing yards, 27 rushing touchdowns and nine games with 100 or more rushing yards...Stands third with 818 rushing attempts and 4.69-yard rushing average...Inactive at Tampa Bay (9/9), versus the New York Giants (9/20) and for the last five games with an ankle injury...Vs. New Orleans (9/16): Took a screen pass 17 yards for a touchdown...Vs. Tampa Bay (11/18): Fought way into the end zone from one yard out.

2011
Played in 16 games with three starts for Carolina...Ranked second on the team with 761 yards and four touchdowns on 142 attempts...Became the franchise's second all-time leading rusher...Finished second on the team with a career-high 47 receptions for 413 yards and one touchdown...Set team records for the most catches and receiving yards in a season by a running back, bettering the previous highs of 45 catches and 394 receiving yards by Nick Goings in 2004...Part of rushing attack that featured the first team in NFL history to have three players with 700 or more rushing yards in the same season: DeAngelo Williams - 836 yards, Stewart - 761 yards and Cam Newton - 706 yards...Ranks second in team history with 3,500 rushing yards, 26 rushing touchdowns and nine games with 100 or more rushing yards...Stands third with 725 rushing attempts and 4.83-yard rushing average...Vs. Green Bay (9/18): Paced the Panthers with eight catches for 100 yards, both career highs...Became the second running back in team history to produce 100 yards receiving in a game, joining Williams with 101 yards at Philadelphia (12/4/06)...Eight receptions tied the team record for the most by a running back, previously accomplished twice - by Mike Goodson at Cleveland (11/28/10) and Vince Workman versus St. Louis (9/17/95)...At Atlanta (10/16): Bulldozed way into the end zone from one yard out...Vs. Washington (10/23): Carried a season-high 14 times for 68 yards, scoring on a two-yard run...Became the third player in team history to surpass 3,000 career rushing yards, joining Williams and DeShaun Foster...At Tampa Bay (12/4): Produced a team-high 80 yards and 31-yard touchdown on 14 attempts...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/24): Led the Panthers with a season-high 88 yards on seven attempts as part of offense that amassed 270 rushing yards, equaling the second-highest total in franchise history...Moved into second place in team history for rushing yards, eclipsing Foster with 3,336 yards from 2002-07...Reached the milestone on a 13-yard run on the first play of the game...Turned a reception on fourth-and-one into an 11-yard touchdown...At New Orleans (1/1): Compiled a team-high 79 yards on nine carries with a 29-yard touchdown run.

2010
Played in 14 games with seven starts...Led the Panthers in rushing for the second consecutive season with 770 yards on 178 attempts with two touchdowns...Caught eight passes for 103 yards and one touchdown...Inactive at Tampa Bay (11/14) and versus Baltimore (11/21) with a concussion...Vs. Cincinnati (9/26): Scored on a one-yard run in the third quarter to move into second place in team history with 21 career rushing touchdowns, breaking a tie with Stephen Davis - who totaled 20 rushing touchdowns for Carolina from 2003-05...At New Orleans (10/3): Made a career-long 55-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter...Vs. New Orleans (11/7): Suffered a concussion, which caused him to miss the next two games...Vs. Atlanta (12/12): Compiled a team-leading 133 yards on 18 carries to move into second place in team history with eight career 100-yard rushing games, bettering the seven 100-yard rushing efforts by Tshimanga Biakabutuka from 1996-2001, Stephen Davis from 2003-05 and DeShaun Foster from 2002-07...Produced a season-long 48-yard run in the third quarter to set up Carolina's only touchdown of the game two plays later...Vs. Arizona (12/19): Generated a season-high and team-leading 137 yards on 27 carries to record second consecutive and ninth ever 100-yard rushing effort...Represented the second-highest rushing total of career behind a team-record 206 yards at the New York Giants (12/27/09)...Moved into third place in team history with 2,637 career rushing yards, surpassing Tshimanga Biakabutuka with 2,530 yards from 1996-2001.

2009
Played in 16 games with three starts...Led the Panthers with a career-high 1,133 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns on 221 attempts for an average of 5.13 yards per carry...Yards and touchdowns rank as the third-highest totals in team history...Compiled 100 yards rushing five times, including in the final three games of the season...Equaled team record for the third-most 100-yard games in a season...Teamed with running back DeAngelo Williams, who totaled 1,117 yards, to become the first set of teammates in NFL history to each rush for more than 1,100 yards in the same year...Posted 18 receptions for 139 yards and one touchdown...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for performance in Week 15 versus Minnesota (12/20)...Rushed for 109 yards and one touchdown on 25 attempts in 26-7 win...First 100-yard rusher against Vikings in more than two years...Vs. Washington (10/11): Eight-yard touchdown run in fourth quarter capped 15-point second-half comeback...At Tampa Bay (10/18): Generated 110 yards and a 26-yard touchdown on 17 carries to register third-career 100-yard rushing effort...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/6): Tallied 120 yards and one touchdown, scoring on a three-yard run, on 26 attempts to notch fourth career 100-yard rushing performance...Vs. Minnesota (12/20): Gained 109 yards on 25 carries with a three-yard touchdown run...Became first 100-yard rusher against the Vikings since Ryan Grant with 119 yards for Green Bay (11/11/07)...Marked fifth career 100-yard rushing game...Scored first career receiving touchdown on a two-yard reception...At New York Giants (12/27): Set a team record with 206 yards and one touchdown on 28 attempts, breaking the previous mark of 186 yards by Williams versus Tampa Bay (12/8/08)...Scampered 29 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter...Established single-game highs for yards and carries, surpassing previous bests of 130 yards versus Detroit (11/16/08) and 26 attempts versus Tampa Bay (12/6/09)...Represented sixth career 100-yard rushing performance...Vs. New Orleans (1/3): Produced third consecutive and seventh career 100-yard rushing effort with 125 yards and one touchdown on 16 attempts...Tied the team record for the second-most consecutive 100-yard rushing games with three – previously accomplished twice, most recently by Fred Lane in 1997...Galloped a career-long 67 yards for a touchdown on the second play of the game...Bettered previous long of 52 yards at the New York Giants (12/27).

2008
Played in all 16 games...Established multiple team rookie rushing records despite not starting a game...Rushed for 836 yards and 10 touchdown, the third highest single-season total in team history, on 184 carries for an average of 4.5 yards per attempt...Set team rookie records for rushing attempts, rushing yards, average rushing gain, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns...Posted eight receptions for 47 yards...Averaged 23.3 yards on 15 kickoff returns...At San Diego (9/7): Gained 53 yards on 10 carries in NFL debut...Returned four kickoffs for 84 yards...Vs. Chicago (9/14): Sparked second-half comeback with 77 yards and two touchdowns on 14 attempts...Scored first NFL touchdown on four-yard run and game winning touchdown on one-yard run with 3:52 remaining in the game...At Minnesota (9/21): Scored on a two-yard run in the second quarter...Averaged a season-best 29.2 yards on five kickoff returns with a long of 38 yards...Vs. Atlanta (9/28): Tallied 52 yards on 14 carries, including an eight-yard touchdown run to complete game-opening drive...Vs. Kansas City (10/5): Carried a season-high 19 times for 72 yards...Vs. New Orleans (10/19): Produced a team-leading 68 yards on 17 attempts with an 18-yard touchdown run...Vs. Detroit (11/16): Accumulated a season-high 130 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries...Scored on a 22-yard scamper...Combined with DeAngelo Williams, who rushed for 120 yards, to become the first pair of running backs in team history to eclipse 100 yards in the same game...At Green Bay (11/30): Recorded a season-long 41-yard run among four carries for 56 yards...Vs. Tampa Bay (12/8): Compiled 115 yards and two touchdowns on 15 attempts as he and Williams, who amassed 186 yards, again reached 100 yards to pace a record-setting 299-yard rushing attack...Set a team rookie record with his eighth rushing touchdown of the season on a four-yard run in the fourth quarter...Vs. Denver (12/14): Registered 52 yards and a two-yard touchdown on 16 carries...At New Orleans (12/28): Ran for 56 yards and a two-yard touchdown on 17 attempts...NFC Divisional Playoffs Vs. Arizona (1/10): Had 12 yards and one touchdown on three carries...Capped Panthers opening drive with a nine-yard touchdown run.

COLLEGE
Played in 36 games with 25 starts at Oregon...Entered NFL following junior season...Ranks second in school history with 2,891 rushing yards on 516 attempts...Scored 27 rushing touchdowns...Produced 14 career 100-yard rushing outings, including two 200-yard rushing efforts...Set a school record with a career kickoff return average of 28.69 yards on 58 returns for 1,664 yards and two touchdowns...Tallied 49 receptions for 334 yards and four touchdowns...Stands third in school history with 4,889 all-purpose yards...2007 (Jr.): First-team All-Pac-10 Conference choice...Semifinalist for the Maxwell Award, given to the college player of the year, and Doak Walker Award, presented to the nation's top running back...Played in 13 games with 12 starts...Led the conference with a school record 1,722 rushing yards on 280 carries with 11 touchdowns...Rushed for more than 100 yards in nine games, including two 200-yard performances...Became the first player in school history to run for more than 200 yards twice in the same season...Galloped 88 yards for a touchdown versus Fresno State, the second-longest run in Oregon history...Ranked first in the conference with a school record 2,481 all-purpose yards...Returned 23 kickoffs for 614 yards...Posted 22 catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns...2006 (So.): Second-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection...Played in 13 games with 12 starts...Led the Ducks with 981 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on 183 attempts...Totaled more than 100 rushing yards in five games...Finished first in the conference with a 28.1-yard kickoff return average on 23 returns for 646 yards...Notched 20 receptions for 144 yards and one touchdown...2005 (Fr.): Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman team pick by The Sporting News...Played in 10 games with one start...Carried 53 times for 188 yards and six touchdowns...Averaged 33.7 yards, the second-highest single-season total in Oregon history, on 12 kickoff returns for 404 yards and two touchdowns...Became the first player in school history to return two kickoffs for touchdowns in a season...97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Oregon State equaled the fourth longest in school history...Added seven catches for 45 yards and one touchdown.

PERSONAL
Attended Timberline HS in Lacey, Wash....Majored in political science at Oregon.

 

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