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Stewart is expected to command the bulk of the Panthers' rushing attempts this season, but Carolina coach Ron Rivera maintains interest in continuing a two-back system, ESPN.com reports.
Stewart finished this season with 175 carries for 809 rushing yards and three touchdowns, and also caught 25 passes (on 31 targets) for 181 receiving yards and another score.
Stewart rushed for 70 yards on 13 carries and hauled in his lone target in the passing game for four yards in Saturday's Divisional Round loss to the Seahawks.
Stewart is expected to start and get the majority of carries in Saturday's wild-card playoff game against the Cardinals, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Stewart had 13 carries for 49 yards and caught 2-of-2 targets for 20 yards in Sunday's 34-3 win at Atlanta.
While fellow running back DeAngelo Williams (hand) is listed as probable for Week 17, head coach Ron Rivera is still planning to lean heavily on Stewart, Steve Reed of The Associated Press reports.
Stewart had 24 carries for 122 rushing yards and two catches on four targets for seven receiving yards and a touchdown during Sunday's win over the Browns.
DeAngelo Williams (hand) will likely miss Sunday's game against Cleveland, leaving Stewart in a workhorse role again, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Stewart (hip) had 22 carries for 73 rushing yards and one catch on one target for six receiving yards Sunday against the Buccaneers.
Coach Ron Rivera said Friday that Stewart (hip) will start Sunday against the Buccaneers, the Associated Press' Steve Reed reports.
With DeAngelo Williams (finger) ruled out for Sunday's game against the Saints, Stewart is expected to start, the Charlotte Observer's Joe Person reports.
Stewart had a team-high 12 carries for 85 rushing yards and two catches on two targets for 25 receiving yards Sunday against the Vikings.