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"It felt good, like I am definitely getting back in the groove again," Stewart told The Observer. "I felt pretty good."
On the defensive side of the ball, Carolina pass rusher Greg Hardy, who missed Monday's session with bronchial asthma, was back at practice.
Here's the rest of Wednesday's injury roundup:
- Indianapolis Colts safety LaRon Landry has been cleared to practice after suffering a concussion Saturday against the Chiefs, per The Tribune-Star. We won't know until later if he's been cleared to play this weekend against the Patriots. The team's official website reported that wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey (hamstring) did not practice.
- For the New England Patriots, wide receiver Aaron Dobson was seen moving through the team's locker room with a protective boot on his left foot, according to ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss. Dobson didn't practice and we don't expect him to play against the Colts. Fellow rookie receiver Kenbrell Thompkins (hip), running back Shane Vereen (groin), cornerback Devin McCourty (concussion) and guard Logan Mankins (ankle) were all limited, per The Boston Globe.
- Ahead of Denver's Divisional Round Weekend clash with the San Diego Chargers, the Broncos had a full house at practice. The nonparticipants were safety Rahim Moore and defensive lineman Derek Wolfe, who has practiced just twice since suffering seizure-like symptoms in late November. Moore hasn't practiced since Denver placed him on short-term injured reserve two months ago.
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- Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin was a full participant in practice ahead of the team's Saturday matchup in the divisional round against the New Orleans Saints. Prior to the session, quarterback Russell Wilson told The Seattle Times that "(Harvin) looks unbelievable so far." Linebacker K.J. Wright (foot) and safety Kam Chancellor (hip) did not practice for the 'Hawks.