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Sport Panthers owner David Tepper gives update on Cam Newton’s future

01:45  12 february  2020
01:45  12 february  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Cam Newton has missed most of the season due to a foot injury, but Panthers owner David Tepper feels positive about the quarterback' s future . "That' s first. It' s actually an interesting question to me when there' s a lot of speculation on this because there should be no speculation on Cam one way or

While quarterback Cam Newton has said he "absolutely" will return to the Carolina Panthers in 2020, owner David Tepper made it clear again Tuesday that the team won't decide on Newton ' s future before knowing that he's recovered from foot Tepper : Cam 's Panthers ' future depends on health.

Cam Newton’s future with the Carolina Panthers remains unclear based on comments made by owner David Tepper on Tuesday.

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Tepper said Newton’s future with the organization essentially comes down to health, and the team will make no determination whether he will stay or go until they have clarity on how he is physically.

Newton had trouble with his left foot all season, and it limited him to just two games. He’s only played a full 16 game season once since the end of 2015, and it’s no surprise that the Panthers want to know that he’ll be able to play a full season before committing to him.

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While Cam Newton remains optimistic about his chances of playing for the Carolina Panthers next season, the team is remaining Newton described on the Tiki & Tierney radio show last week an “unbelievable conversation” with Panthers owner David Tepper , new coach Matt Rhule and Hurney.

Cam Newton ’ s future with the Carolina Panthers hasn’t been decided just yet. Newton hasn’t played since week two of the season as he battles a Lisfranc injury According to the Charlotte Observer, owner David Tepper told the media that no decision has been made just yet on his future , and that

The quarterback has been confident that he’ll be back with Carolina in 2020. The Panthers clearly aren’t ready to agree with that assessment yet. He’s owed $18.6 million next season, and the team may still look into a trade if they can get a good return.

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