David Stewart TEN 18 Days
The Nashville Tennessean "can't see a scenario" where the Titans bring back RT David Stewart.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport agrees. Due $6.4 million in a "voidable year," Stewart has missed four games each of the past two seasons, and been average when on the field. He'll turn 32 in August.
David Stewart TEN 2 Months
The Nashville Tennessean reports the Titans may consider releasing RT David Stewart.
Stewart is out for Week 17 with a shoulder injury, and has been limited to 12 games by injury. Third-year pro Byron Stingily has been starting in Stewart's absence. Going on 32, Stewart is due $6.4 million in a "voidable year" next season. Stewart has graded out in the middle of the pack in Pro Football Focus' tackle ratings.
David Stewart TEN 6 Months
Titans RT David Stewart (calf) is expected to play in Sunday's season opener against the Steelers.
Stewart missed Friday's practice for the second straight day with a calf issue and is listed as questionable on the Week 1 injury report. Akeem Ayers (ankle) is also expected to play after returning to practice Wednesday. Zaviar Gooden (high-ankle sprain) has been ruled out, while starting fullback Quinn Johnson (quad) was placed on injured reserve.
David Stewart TEN 7 Months
Titans RT David Stewart is practicing fully in training camp after fracturing his right leg last December.
Stewart missed OTAs and minicamp, but avoided the PUP list to open camp. A mauler in the run game and efficient pass protector, Stewart is entering his age-31 season. He forms an impressive tackle duo opposite LT Michael Roos.
David Stewart TEN 11 Months
Titans RT David Stewart (broken leg) is expected to be ready for June's mandatory minicamp.
It's an upgrade on Stewart's previous prognosis, which had him ready for training camp. Due $6 million between salary and bonuses, Stewart remains locked into a starting job coming off a solid 2012.
David Stewart TEN Feb 22 '13
Titans RT David Stewart is "still recovering" from the broken leg that ended his season in December, but is expected to be ready for training camp.
The injury cost Stewart the final four games of the season. Stewart is due $6 million between salary and bonuses, but played well enough in 2012 to be retained at that price.
David Stewart TEN Dec 02 '12
Updating a previous item, Titans RT David Stewart suffered a fractured right leg in the first quarter of Sunday's game with the Texans and will miss the remainder of the season.
Stewart will likely be placed on season-ending injured reserve this upcoming week. Mike Otto will play right tackle for the season's final four-plus games. Stewart graded out as Pro Football Focus' eighth-best right tackle in the league through the first 11 games and excels as a pass blocker.
David Stewart TEN Dec 02 '12
Titans RT David Stewart left Sunday's game against the Texans with a lower right leg injury and was carted off the field.
It didn't look good. A Houston defender dove at the back of Stewart's legs and his leg appeared to be broken, or he's dealing with an ankle injury. Trainers put a brace on his leg immediately. Mike Otto is in at right tackle.