Josh Stewart

#18WR,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 178
Born:
College: Oklahoma State
Birth Place: New Orleans, Louisiana
Draft: Undrafted
  • USA Today

    AFC South training camp capsules

    HOUSTON TEXANS (10-8) OPEN CAMP: July 26, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia LAST YEAR: Houston overcame J.J. Watt missing all but three games with back injury to go 9-7 and win weak AFC South for second straight year. Emergence of 2014 top overall pick Jadeveon Clowney helped ease loss of Watt and allow Houston to lead NFL in yards allowed. After getting blown out by Kansas City in wild-card round in 2016, Texans were ousted in divisional round by New England largely because of another ineffective performance by quarterback Brock Osweiler. Osweiler was inconsistent throughout first season in Houston and after season team decided $72 million investment was mistake and shipped

  • Returning to Cardinals 'wasn't a real hard decision' for RB Chris Johnson
    Cards Wire

    Returning to Cardinals 'wasn't a real hard decision' for RB Chris Johnson

    “I’m used to being here, not having to go somewhere new and learn another playbook, get familiar and stuff,” he said. “So, it wasn’t a real hard decision.” While Johnson credited a long phone conversation with coach Bruce Arians, he said he knew a couple weeks ago. “I always wanted to come back here,” Johnson said. Johnson spent six years with the Tennessee Titans after they drafted him in 2008 and one year with the New York Jets before coming to Arizona in 2015. The 31-year-old ran for over 800 yards in 2015, averaging about 74 yards per game, but couldn’t duplicate the results in 2016 due to a cracked tibia four games into the season. “It feels good to be back out with the guys out here,” Johnson

  • Titans depth chart: Two elite tackles bookend the offensive line
    Titans Wire

    Titans depth chart: Two elite tackles bookend the offensive line

    Last year, the Tennessee Titans had the best offensive line in football according to Pro Football Focus. The unit helped the Titans rush for 2,180 yards on the season– the third best in the NFL– while also establishing their “exotic smashmouth” offense as more than a preseason buzz word. Tennessee was also the ninth-ranked team in terms of quarterback sacks allowed. The Titans gave up 28 sacks on the year, averaging less than two per game, according to Sporting Charts. The Titans’ success on the line starts on the perimeter. Every offensive line needs reliable tackles, and the Titans boast two of the best at their position. Left tackle Taylor Lewan, according to PFF, was rated as the sixth-best