Found May 08, 2013 on Sports by Colin:
PLAYERS: Cam Newton
TEAMS: Carolina Panthers
One of the most physically imposing quarterbacks in the NFL, Carolina Panthers standout Cam Newton is determined to shed some pounds this offseason. The 24-year-old Newton, a 2011 Pro Bowler and AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, wants “to become not a stronger player, but a smarter player” in 2013. Since being chosen out of Auburn University with the top pick in the 2011 draft, Newton has started all 32 games for Carolina. The 6-foot-5, 245 pound Newton has undoubtedly benefited from being a bulky and brawny passer and the former Tiger shouldn’t seek to lose too much weight. Rather … Continue reading →
2 Comments:
  • I saw Cam face to face around this time last year. You would never believe he even weighs that much without seeing him on the scale. Leanest 245 EVER. All I ask is better decision making. If the play is dead, don't force it, unless it's 4th down with no time left of course.
  • I totally can see that...He's just a big guy....Not some hideous specimen like JaMarcus Russell or anything...He should just focus on leadership...Thanks for the read!
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