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Photographer uninjured in SB collision with Corey Brown

An Associated Press photographer who was in the line of fire when Corey Brown was tossed out of bounds by Aqib Talib near the goal line during the Super Bowl on Sunday says he was unharmed, and he has a photo to prove it. AP photographer Julio Cortez was in a collision with Brown after the Carolina Panthers wide receiver was the victim of a face mask penalty by Talib in the second...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton Defends Reaction To Loss In Super Bowl 50

In the minutes that followed Super Bowl 50, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton become even more the center of attention from many fans and members of the media. While it’s no secret that Newton likes to talk and celebrate his wins, many wanted to see how he would react when things didn’t go his way on the biggest stage. The two days since have seen many people come down...
Via Gamedayr
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Former Alabama Quarterback Says Cam Newton ‘Quit’ On Panthers In Super Bowl

It’s the moment that haters of Cam Newton have been waiting for … watching the Carolina Panthers walk off the field as losers of Super Bowl 50. What added fuel to the fire was when Newton seemed to not make an effort to dive on a fumble late in the game, which was recovered by the Denver Broncos and led to their game clinching touchdown. Now, one former college rival is taking...
Via Gamedayr
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton: ‘I’m on record as being a sore loser’

For five months and 17 wins, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was happily himself. After losing the biggest game of his career, he remained that way — and took a heap of criticism. During the postgame press conference, Newton offered brief answers and eventually walked away from the microphone before the interview was declared “over.” Per Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte...
Via Sportsnaut
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Panthers had to use a silent snap count at the Super Bowl

One of many problems for the Carolina Panthers at the Super Bowl on Sunday? They couldn’t hear very well. Panthers center Ryan Kalil told the Charlotte Observer that the team was forced to use a silent snap count because their fans were outnumbered by Broncos counterparts. Panthers offensive linemen said the crowd noise at Levi’s Stadium contributed to the sacks and penalties...
Via The Comeback
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall: Panthers ‘did everything we saw on film’

And a little more salt is poured into the Panthers’ wounds. Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall told the MMQB that the Panthers “did everything we saw on film” as the Broncos defeated the Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50. Broncos safety T.J. Ward added “We read them like a book.” Marshall said that nothing the Panthers did on offense surprised them. “You’d think with...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Von Miller trolls Cam Newton, Panthers

Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller and Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton were the first two players selected in the 2011 draft, so it’s only fitting that they squared off on the field in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. Miller was unblockable during the game and was Newton’s worst nightmare—recording two-and-a-half sacks (forcing fumbles on two of those) and five solo tackles...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton proves again he is a great winner and terrible loser

Cam Newton managed to become the headline story after the Super Bowl even though he lost the game, and it’s all because of the way he handled defeat. The Carolina Panthers quarterback had a poor game against the stellar Denver Broncos defense. He was a shoddy 18-of-41 for 265 yards and an interception. He did add 45 yards rushing. He was a one-man show on offense most of the season...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

The best and worst commercials from Super Bowl 50

This is the first time in a while that we can come away from the Super Bowl without criticizing the commercials. That could have to do with the game itself being a snooze fest. It could also have to do with the fact that most of the commercials from this year's game were actually pretty good.From an awesome Doritos ad focusing on an unborn child wanting to take a bite out of the...
Via Yardbarker
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Panthers' Jonathan Stewart leaps over pile for TD

Jonathan Stewart got the Carolina Panthers on the board in Super Bowl 50 with this leap over the line…. Jonathan Stewart jumps pile for TD #SB50 https://t.co/X1Jn6UzVJX — Kevin Causey (@CFBZ) February 8, 2016
Via This Given Sunday
2 days ago  |  Discuss
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