NFC South Morning Jog: Jonathan Stewart Wants to Remain in Charlotte

Knox Bardeen@knoxbardeenNFC South Lead WriterJuly 13, 2012

Each morning, I like to start the day off with a workout—usually a morning jog. I can clear my head, plan my day, and think about what’s going on around the NFC South.

Carolina Panthers

Steve Smith made Greg Cosell's list of the top five wide receivers heading into the 2012 season. He was the only NFC South representative. [NFL Films]

Jon Beason said he's ready to work with the first-team defense when training camp starts. [Charlotte Observer]

Jonathan Stewart, who's in a contract year, said there was "no reason why I would want to leave" the Carolina Panthers. [Charlotte Observer]

 

Atlanta Falcons

Dunta Robinson shows NFL.com analyst Solomon Wilcots around Atlanta's weight room. [Video]

Ray Edwards said he's in much better health heading into the 2012 season. [NFL.com]

 

New Orleans Saints

Lance Moore is No. 13 on the Times-Picayune New Orleans Saints top-25 countdown.

This Times-Picayune article tells Saints fans not to fault Drew Brees or Mickey Loomis for doing their job in trying to get the best deal for their respective side.

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Josh Freeman is already enamored with Carl Nicks. [NFL.com]

Freeman's offseason weight loss could play huge dividends for the Bucs this year. [Fox Sports]

The Buccaneers came in at No. 26 in Pro Football Talk's preseason power rankings.

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