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Sport Cam Newton “still rehabbing” injured foot

14:51  28 october  2019
14:51  28 october  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

Cam Newton once again remains out, Kyle Allen to start vs. 49ers in Week 8

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Cam Newton might not play Week 3 versus the Cardinals. The Panthers QB didn't practice Newton officially was listed as a DNP, and coach Ron Rivera said Cam is still rehabbing and going to 7. The New York Jets signed quarterback David Fales and placed Trevor Siemian on injured reserve, the

Putting Cam Newton in now might disrupt the flow of the winning streak. Besides, this gives Cam Newton Newton was there Sunday, on the road with the team for the first time since re- injuring his foot in Week 2 Rivera’s already tired of being asked about it. “ Cam is still rehabbing ,” Rivera said.

Earlier this season, Panthers coach Ron Rivera threw the most polite hissy fit ever, walking out of a press conference when he grew tired of being asked questions about Cam Newton‘s injured foot.

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 27: Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers looks on from the sidelines against the San Francisco 49ers during an NFL football game at Levi's Stadium on October 27, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)© 2019 Getty Images SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 27: Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers looks on from the sidelines against the San Francisco 49ers during an NFL football game at Levi's Stadium on October 27, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

After the Panthers took a 51-13 thrashing from the 49ers, Rivera apparently wasn’t in a mood to continue that conversation.

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Cam Newton is still rehabbing and will sit out for a fourth straight week as the Carolina Panthers fly to London to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a divisional matchup with Kyle Allen still at quarterback. Kyle Allen might not be the future for the young and aspiring Panthers, but is Cam Newton becoming

“ Cam is still rehabbing ,” Rivera said. “There doesn’t have to be a lot of questions, either. Just so you know that.” This is as clear after this disaster as it ever was before: The Panthers might have been able to scrape things along with Allen at quarterback, but they stand no chance at all against teams like the

Newton’s still out with the left foot sprain that has cost him the last five games (and clearly limited in the first two), and hasn’t resumed practicing, which suggests he might not be close to a return to the field.

Cam is still rehabbing,” Rivera said, via Joe Person of TheAthletic.com. “I’ll tell you guys where he is [status-wise] on Monday. I’ll tell you where he is on Wednesday.

“You don’t need to ask after that, to be honest with you.”

Talking about injuries, particularly Newton’s, makes Rivera prickly, but the context is worth noting. His backup quarterback suffered his first loss, his first three interceptions, and seven sacks in yesterday’s seal-beating on the road, and Kyle Allen may have to continue in the job against the Titans next week.

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Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is still rehabbing from soreness in his right shoulder. Post to Facebook. Newton participated in red zone drills, but did not throw any long passes on Sunday while rehabbing from soreness in his right shoulder that stems from rotator cuff surgery in March.

Peter King meets with Carolina quarterback Cam Newton on Sunday at Panthers training camp. I felt as if I wanted to give my team everything that I had honestly. Being hurt, being injured … looking Newton called his current state “ still a work in progress. One thing about the shoulder and constant

The Panthers and Newton have said they want their former MVP to be 100 percent before he returns. Newton didn’t talk to reporters yesterday, but mentioned in passing to Person he felt “good.”

He traveled with the team yesterday for the first time since he left the lineup, as they left him home to rehab. If he wants to be his best, he would likely need time to actually practice to resume any kind of rhythm with an offense that hit a wall yesterday.

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a baseball player holding a bat: Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco (5) is sacked by Indianapolis Colts defensive end Ben Banogu (52) late in the fourth quarter at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 27, 2019. 

Report: Cam Newton considering surgery for injured foot .
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has been placed on injured reserve. Now that he’s done for the season, it sounds like he may be reconsidering how he attacks his recovery. According to Ian Rapoport at NFL Network, Newton is now considering surgery for his left foot. “Almost certainly out for the season, Newton is now considering surgery to repair the Lisfranc injury in his foot, sources say. The procedure, which would come in the next week or two, has a recovery time of eight-to-10 weeks — three months at the most.”Surgery would end any change of Newton making a comeback for the playoffs this year, but that was a very slim hope in any case.

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