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Sports OBJ scoffs at talk of joining Newton in New England

07:05  30 june  2020
07:05  30 june  2020 Source:   thescore.com

Ron Rivera says 'don't bet against' Cam Newton as he moves to Patriots

  Ron Rivera says 'don't bet against' Cam Newton as he moves to Patriots Ron Rivera saw how Cam Newton handled pressure in their nine seasons together with the Panthers.Rivera, now coaching in Washington, said Monday that Newton, now working in New England, looks poised to rebound from a foot injury that limited him to two games in 2019.

NFL Network's Mike Giardi and Mike Garafolo discuss quarterback Cam Newton 's role in the New England Patriots' offense.

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Odell Beckham Jr. wearing a black shirt © Kirk Irwin / Getty Images Sport / Getty

Now that Cam Newton has joined the New England Patriots, attention has shifted to one of his workout partners: Odell Beckham Jr.

Newton tweeted footage of a training session with Beckham on June 13, just over two weeks before it was reported that the Patriots had signed the free-agent quarterback. But on Monday, Beckham threw cold water on the idea that the pair could unite in New England.

Beckham has vowed to rebound in 2020 after falling short of his lofty standards in his first season with the Cleveland Browns. The 27-year-old battled injuries for much of the 2019 campaign, recording 1,035 receiving yards and just four touchdowns.

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Twitter melts down after Pats land Newton, get punished for video scandal .
Tom Brady's successor in New England is Cam Newton. Yes, Cam Newton. The Patriots' reported blockbuster signing tore like wildfire through the football world on Sunday night, setting Twitter ablaze. It was almost enough to obscure the fact that, mere moments after news of Newton's new home broke, we learned the NFL dropped the hammer on New England for improperly filming the Cincinnati Bengals' sideline in December 2019. The Patriots were fined $1.1 million and stripped of their 2021 third-round pick, among other indignities.

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