Second-year quarterback Cam Newton will be among the participants at the Carolina Panthers' three-day rookie camp, which starts Monday, the Charlotte Observer reported. Although Newton is not coming off an injury and is not a rookie, he will attend the camp so he can begin working with the Panthers' rookie receivers. "That'll give us a chance to get those guys a little more acclimated because they really didn't get a chance to participate in minicamp," Panthers coach Ron Rivera told the Observer. "It'll give us a chance to see where they all are. Hopefully, they're all 100 percent."The Panthers drafted wide receiver Joe Adams in the fourth round and added several free-agent wide receivers, including Jared Green and Rico Wallace.