Found January 01, 2013 on
"Photobombing" is quite the unique skill, requiring impeccable timing and an exuberant personality. Aaron Rodgers is generally regarded as the NFL's top photobomber, spurring a website dedicated to his greatest hits.
It turns out Cam Newton isn't half bad, either.
The Carolina Panthers quarterback was caught bombing a television interview between "Panthers Gameday" and an unidentified player.
Although it's unclear when the photo took place, I'd assume it wasn't too long ago. Newton led the Panthers to four straight wins to close out the season, and was statistically one of the league's best QBs during that time. We all know how Newton reacts to a loss -- need a refresher? -- so this had to be relatively recent.
Newton's a naturally photogenic photobomber, but this is only the second funniest appearance he's made on camera as of late. Right, Nate?
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