The dog days of training camp are upon us and the heat of Spartanburg, S.C. is taking it's toll on the players of the Carolina Panthers slowly, but surely.
The Panthers have been at it since Saturday, July 28, and some players have begun to leave their mark on the fields of Wofford College where the Panthers have practiced since the franchise was founded in 1995.
Let's take a look now at observations and thoughts from Panthers camp:
• Cam Newton has struggled. EVERYONE PANIC. I know it's just camp, but the sophomore signal caller has had his fair share of interceptions and poor reads so far in camp.
You can credit some of that to a healthy defense that is finally understanding what defensive coordinator Sean McDermott is wanting to do and also a new 3-4 scheme that is being implemented by the staff. Whatever it is, Newton hasn't looked his best on throws, but let's not get ahead of ourselves folks, it's early.
• The wide receivers haven't ex