For almost a decade, the Titans’ depth chart was unchanged at offensive tackle. Michael Roos has manned the left side since entering the league in 2005, and David Stewart took over on the right side in 2006.
Now, Stewart is gone, with former Ravens tackle Michael Oher set to take his place. And from the sound of it, it appears Stewart’s NFL career could be at a close after his...
The Tennessee Titans released veteran OT David Stewart on Wednesday after eight years with the team.
Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean spoke to Stewart regarding his plans now that he’s a free agent and it appears as though his time in the NFL is coming to an end.
“We had a ball along the way, made some good friends in Nashville with the Titans,” Stewart said. “Now...
The Titans today made official a move pretty much everyone expected, releasing longtime starting tackle David Stewart.
A fourth round pick out of Mississippi State in 2005, Stewart stepped into the starting lineup early in the 2006 season at right tackle as part of a general offensive line shuffling and never looked back. He would start 104 of the next 106 games for the Titans...
Today the Tennessee Titans released their right tackle in David Stewart. Stewart was a physical, hard-nosed right tackle that excels at the point of attack. Nicknamed “Big Country,” the Alabama native is an intense competitor that mauls defenders in the run game and provides solid protection in the aerial attack. His soft-spoken demeanor and country mannerisms […]
The Tennessee Titans started their cap casualties for this offseason by cutting veteran right tackle David Stewart Wednesday evening.
#Titans release nine-year veteran offensive tackle David Stewart (failed physical).
— Tennessee Titans (@TennesseeTitans) March 12, 2014
#Titans GM Ruston Webster on David Stewart: “He played the game with passion and brought a toughness that...
The Tennessee Titans have announced the release of veteran OT David Stewart.
Stewart, 31, still had one year remaining on his six-year, $38.9 million contract that included $10 million guaranteed. His base salary for the 2014 season was $6.4 million as was his cap figure.
By releasing him, the Titans will free up $6.4 million in cap space.
The Tennessee Titans have another massive decision to make on the offensive side of the ball this offseason.
David Stewart is due $6.4 million this offseason and could be another cap casualty as Tennessee chases the postseason while restructuring its roster.
He’s really struggling to stay healthy and at his salary number, would be one of the highest paid right tackles in the game...
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean “can’t see a scenario” where the Titans keep RT David Stewart next season.
Wyatt adds that the Titans are still working through a decision regarding his future with the team, but the fact that Stewart is due $6.4 million next season and has dealt with injures makes it seem likely that he could be a cap casualty.
The Titans would free up $6...
Tennessee right tackle David Stewart has been carted off the field after breaking his right leg on the opening series against the Houston Texans.
Stewart was blocking on a 26-yard run play by Chris Johnson when Texans linebacker Barrett Ruud rolled into his right leg. Trainers put an air cast on Stewart's lower right leg, while a cart quickly came out to pick him up.
Via AP on Fox
December 02, 2012
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