Mike Tolbert

#35 RB / Carolina Panthers / EXP: 8YRS Height: 5-9 Weight: 250 lb Age: 30 College: Coastal Carolina Bye 5,18

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Totals 18 yards rushing, fumbles twice in Super Bowl loss

    Tolbert gained 18 yards on five carries in Sunday's 24-10 Super Bowl loss to the Broncos. He also fumbled twice, losing one. The eight-year veteran had a difficult time holding onto the ball against an opportunistic and hard-hitting Denver front seven, getting stripped at the Broncos 40-yard line in the second quarter by Darian Stewart after a game-long 11-yard run. Tolbert was also separated from the ball in the first quarter, but was able to recover. The Coastal Carolina product was once again used sparingly on offense in his fourth Panthers season, carrying the ball 62 times and securing 18 receptions. However, he served as valuable veteran insurance in Jonathan Stewart's first season as a feature back, and heads into free agency with the likelihood of filling a similar role on either the Panthers or another club in 2016.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Active Sunday

    Tolbert (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's Super Bowl versus the Broncos. The Panthers' rushing attack is powered by Jonathan Stewart and Cam Newton, but Tolbert still got in on the act on a weekly basis, averaging five touches per game in the regular season. Among those looks were 17 carries and seven targets in the red zone, which is a weapon that may be utilized in the most important outing of the campaign.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Probable for Sunday

    Tolbert (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Panthers, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Tolbert spent the week immediately after the NFC championship game in the trainer's room rather than the practice field, but full practices dominated this week, paving the way for active status Sunday. Nonetheless, he'll likely be contained to short-yardage situations behind Jonathan Stewart.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Practices fully Wednesday

    Tolbert (knee) practiced fully Wednesday, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports. Tolbert took the week off following the NFC championship game to rest a knee injury, whose extent wasn't severe enough to impact his practice reps to start this week of prep. As long as he sustains his activity level, he'll be available as a short-yardage and goal-line option for the Panthers' varied rushing attack.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Listed as questionable

    Tolbert (knee) is listed as questionable heading into Super Bowl week, the Panthers' official site reports. Tolbert joined Jonathan Stewart (ankle) in the trainer's room this week, as the duo's health is paramount to powering the ground game. Expect Tolbert to take the practice field at some point in advance of the Super Bowl, though he'll likely be relegated to short-yardage and goal-line looks behind the top dog that is Stewart.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: No practice Wednesday

    Tolbert (knee) didn't take part in practice Wednesday, Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reports. Tolbert entered the postseason with marks of 4.1 yards per carry and 8.6 yards per catch, but in tough matchups with the Seahawks and Cardinals in the meantime, he recorded just 10 rushes for 21 yards and one reception (on two targets) for 14 yards. Because he earned 17 red-zone carries during the regular season, though, he could make a splash in the Super Bowl.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Amasses 64 yards total offense in Week 17

    Tolbert gained 59 yards on 10 carries and secured his sole target for five yards in Sunday's 38-10 victory over the Bucs. The eight-year veteran worked excellently in tandem with rookie Cameron Artis-Payne, tallying a season-high figure of 59 yards on the ground. Tolbert was once again productive when called upon in 2015, but figures to have his role reduced upon Jonathan Stewart's return for the Panthers' first playoff game. However, he will undoubtedly be called upon in the postseason for occasional short-yardage and passing game work, two tasks at which he has typically excelled throughout his career.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Two carries Sunday

    Tolbert rushed twice for 12 yards and caught two passes (on three targets) for 17 yards in Sunday's loss to the Falcons. Tolbert's 29 all-purpose yards from Sunday is slightly above his season average through 15 games, evidencing his small fantasy value. A touchdown vulture in previous campaigns, Tolbert's mere four scores this season make him tough to rely on. While fellow ball-carrier Fozzy Whittaker (ankle) went down Sunday, Tolbert remains behind rookie Cameron Artis-Payne in the pecking order, and starter Jonathan Stewart (foot) may return for the Panthers' season finale this weekend.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Minimal impact versus Giants

    Tolbert carried just five times for 10 yards in Sunday's win over the Giants. The hefty fullback was expected to experience an uptick in usage with Jonathan Stewart sidelined, but he saw rookie Cameron Artis-Pane and Cam Newton handle most of the load in the ground game. Tolbert was uncharacteristically not targeted in the passing game either, placing a firm cap on his output for the day. It appears Tolbert's role will remain steady regardless of who starts at tailback, and he will be reliant on a handful of targets and the possibility of some goal-line carries for fantasy value versus the Falcons next week.

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    Panthers' Mike Tolbert: Could start Sunday

    With Jonathan Stewart (foot) ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Giants in New York, either Tolbert or Fozzy Whittaker will start at running back, Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reports. After Stewart was removed from Sunday's victory against the Falcons with what has eventually deemed a sprained left foot, Tolbert earned his typical share of the offensive snaps (32, to be exact) on his way to six carries for 17 yards and two catches (on two targets) for 13 yards. Meanwhile, Whittaker garnered a season-high 29 snaps, which resulted in eight rushes for 34 yards and one touchdown. In order to avoid another injury in the RB ranks, the Panthers could employ a timeshare, though Rivera said that whoever gets the nod will depend on the personnel available in Week 15.

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