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Three reasons that the Carolina Panthers are 4-0

We could talk about a lot of different reasons why the Carolina Panthers are undefeated to this point in the season, but we will discuss three of them at this point. We will speak about Cam Newton and his play, Josh Norman and his play and lastly Coach Ron Rivera following his game plan set up at the beginning of the year. Cam Newton Starting his fifth year in the NFL this young...
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Report: Cam Newton has been mentoring Jameis Winston

The Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take the field in Week 4, and while it will be the first time Cam Newton and Jameis Winston meet face to face, it won’t be the first time the quarterbacks have been in contact. According to Winston, the two have talked frequently, and Newton has been mentoring the rookie: “I’ve talked to Cam numerous times,” Winston...
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Cam Newton on Hochuli denial: ‘Did you expect him to say something else?’

Cam Newton arguably realizes he’s fighting a losing battle with the NFL over his claims about exactly what veteran referee Ed Hochuli said to him during last Sunday’s game, but that doesn’t mean he is willing to acknowledge defeat in some respects. The Carolina Panthers quarterback attempted to sidestep any questions about the incident by going quasi-Bill Belichick and saying...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Greg Olsen: Cam Newton wouldn’t lie about Ed Hochuli

    The NFL has not been able to track down audio of the exchange between Cam Newton and referee Ed Hochuli last weekend, so the case is basically closed. That doesn’t necessarily mean Newton was lying, and one of his teammates is confident that the Panthers quarterback wouldn’t fabricate a story like that. During an appearance on PFT Live Tuesday, tight end Greg Olsen...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL reportedly done investigating Newton-Hochuli incident

An NFL source reportedly told ESPN that the league is done with its investigation regarding claims from Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton regarding alleged comments made by referee Ed Hochuli during Sunday’s game. Newton says that Hochuli told the quarterback he “wasn’t old enough” to get a call during the fourth quarter of Carolina’s 27-22 win over the New Orleans...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton is the reason the Panthers are undefeated

When playing divisional rivals in the NFL, you throw records out the window. After climbing back from an early 10-0 deficit to the New Orleans Saints, the Panthers did what good teams do; find a way to win the game. It wasn’t pretty, but the game showed that Carolina is capable of being able to come back from early defecits, something that they struggled with last year. With their...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Hochuli: I told Newton he didn't get call because he was running

    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton claims referee Ed Hochuli gave him a very disturbing reason for why he did not get a late hit call in the fourth quarter on Sunday — that Newton isn’t old enough yet for a call like that. Hochuli has denied saying that. NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino said on NFL Network Monday that Hochuli told him he said...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton: Ref told me I wasn't 'old enough' to get call

    There has always been suspicion that some star players get calls in their favor based on reputation, and Cam Newton seemed to confirm that after Carolina’s win Sunday over New Orleans. The Panthers quarterback says he was told by referee Ed Hochuli that he was “not old enough” to get a personal foul call after being hit late on a play in the fourth quarter against...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton crashed sick child’s Halloween party

Cam Newton is one of the good guys. The Carolina Panthers quarterback heard about a Halloween party being thrown for a child who is battling cancer, so he decided to crash the party — with an ice cream truck in tow. The party was for a 10-year-old boy named Elijah, who is battling a rare form of cancer. Needless to say, his gesture of kindness went over well, especially with...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Cam Newton the NFL's most underappreciated quarterback?

Plenty of ink has been spilled about Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, and Colin Kaepernick. Newton toils away and wins in the relative quiet of this Southern city. When he makes an ill-advised comment, like referring to Ndamukong Suh as “Donkey Kong,” the nation takes notice. Then when he leads and wins, it’s back to ho hum. — Yahoo! Sports Eric Adelson...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

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