Thursday, March 13, 2008

Jonathan Stewart Could Miss 4-6 Months

NFL Network's Mike Mayock is reporting that Oregon running back Jonathan Stewart may need surgery on his big toe. If Stewart undergoes surgery, the recovery period would be four to six months. The team who decides to draft Stewart will be left with a decision regarding the injury.

Stewart originally suffered the turf toe injury in November. The injury did not cause him to miss any games. The extent of the injury was not determined until MRIs were taken at the annual NFL Combine.

Stewart was projected as a lock to go in the first round. Some scouts believed Stewart would be a top-10 selection. NFL Draft Countdown currently has Stewart ranked as the second best running back behind Arkansas speedster Darren McFadden.

It is unclear how the injury will affect Stewart's draft stock.


About the Undrafted Free Agent

Ron Crimson was the only player on the high school roster to not get in a game. He couldn't argue with the decision, because he sucked. Needless to say, yet stated anyway, when he entered the NBA draft following his sophomore season in college, he went undrafted. Now, Ron Crimson is the Undrafted Free Agent.

Contact the Undrafted Free Agent

Interested in informing the Undrafted Free Agent of his mistakes, advertisement opportunities, or a scoop on the latest sports scandal? (You can guess which is more likely.) Well, email him at undraftedfreeagent [at]

Look at This!

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