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Panthers’ Stewart carted off with an ankle injury

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Jonathan Stewart was injured on Sunday Night Football.

Jonathan Stewart (Getty Images)

Stewart was carted off in the second quarter when he injured his right ankle. He injured his ankle against the New York Jets.

He was injured when Jets strong safety LaRon Landry hit Stewart very low. The injury didn’t look significant when it first happened, but he was carted off the field.

In recent years, he has been injury prone, but he has played in 62 of his 64 career games. By Week 1, he should be fine.

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