CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Cam Newton isn't worried about whether he's the fastest quarterback in the NFL. His focus this year is on being smarter with the football.
A smiling Newton wasn't about to disagree with Michael Vick, when asked about the Philadelphia quarterback's comments Friday on The Dan Patrick Show that, even at age 32, he's still the fastest QB in the league.
"I don't want to be the fastest quarterback; I want to be the guy that can't be caught," Newton said after Wednesday's practice. "If you get caught in the open field that means you're not doing something right and you will be talked about in the locker room."
Newton doesn't feel like he belongs in the same category with burners like with Vick, Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III, even after setting an NFL quarterback record with 14 rushing touchdowns as a rookie in 2012.
Newton said Vick was probably just joking around, but added "I know he's unbelievably fast and I won't challenge him on that."
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