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Don’t expect Cam Newton to quit his day job anytime soon, but the Carolina Panthers quarterback is broadening his horizons beyond football. The former Heisman winner has helped design his own fashion line for Belk stores called “MADE Cam Newton.” The line includes t-shirts, chinos, shorts, blazers, suits and ties. For all the Panthers fans out there, don’t worry, there’s plenty of Carolina blue. Newton isn’t actually designing the clothing, but he has a say in the look, including making decisions on colors, patterns, buttons, zippers and price tag. “You would be surprised by the things I’ve said yes and no to,” Newton told the Charlotte Observer. “Anytime your name is on something or you are affiliated with something, you want it to come out with a bang and say, ‘This is my clothing line. This is how it looks, and I feel great in it.’” Newton always looks dapper in postgame news conferences, but he has to answer a question his mother used to ask before he puts anything on. “As my
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One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to Panthers.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Pansthers have signed 13 rookie free agents.
Louisiana Tech quarterback Colby Cameron
Rice tight end Taylor Cook
The Carolina Panthers came into the weekend with five picks (14, 44, 108, 148, 182) looking to upgrade their offensive/defensive line, wide receiver, and safety positions. Although they did not succeed entirely in addressing all their needs, the Panthers are hoping that their risky gamble of drafting two bonafide defensive line bulldozers, Star Lotulelei (Round 1, Pick 14) and...
Round 1: No. 14 Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
Review: The Panthers have an illness to thank for this home-run pick.
Lotulelei acquired an undisclosed virus before the NFL Combine that caused an irregular heart test, for which he was later cleared, that allowed him to fall here. With Sharrif Floyd, Kenny Vaccaro and Eric Reid still on the board, general manager Dave Gettleman could...
1. Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah (Draft Profile)
2. Kawann Short, DT, Purdue (Draft Profile)
5. A.J. Klein, ILB, Iowa St. (Draft Profile)
6. Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon (Draft Profile)
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The Week 14 rematch of bitter rivals Atlanta Falcons (11-1) and Carolina Panthers (3-9) will spark another heated game in the NFC South. In their previous meeting, Carolina snatched defeat from the jaws of victory when quarterback Cam Newton fumbled on third-and-one with a chance to end Atlanta’s then-perfect season. Carolina downed the ensuing punt at Atlanta’s one-yard ...
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