"As a kid, I didn't understand why stuff was happening in my childhood," Stewart said. "But I never got down on myself like, 'Why me?' I just wanted to understand what I could do from where I was at. 'What can I do now?' That's the stuff I thought about it. I just kept moving." If his career should end now, if no NFL team should select him in April's draft, Stewart will land on his feet in some capacity. Maybe he'll become a coach. Jones, after all, has extended an open invitation to join Tennessee's staff, if Stewart chooses that route. Whatever the case, this much is clear: Stewart will keep moving. He won't ask why. He won't complain. He'll put this strange situation behind him. He'll press forward. And he won't look back.