Found January 06, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
PLAYERS: Cam Newton
TEAMS: Carolina Panthers
Since the Carolina Panthers didn't make the playoffs this year in the NFL, we won't be seeing much of second-year quarterback Cam Newton unless its via Twitter, funny commercials or random photobombs. Check out the below image from an episode "Panthers Gameday" where Cam decides to intrude during an interview and pull off a pretty epic photobomb:
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