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Sport Cam Newton on Panthers: 'They gave up on me'

16:47  26 march  2020
16:47  26 march  2020 Source:   pantherswire.com

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Cameron Jerrell Newton (born May 11, 1989) is an American football quarterback who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Florida and Auburn.

Breakups are the best motivator and the Carolina Panthers and Cam Newton just went through a difficult one. While there’s no easy way to move on from a former MVP quarterback after nine years, the way the franchise handled Newton’s injury and his eventual release has rankled a lot of fans.

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As for Newton, he seems put off. In another Instagram workout post on Wednesday evening, Newton says the team gave up on him.

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Newton maintained all offseason that he wanted to stay in Carolina and even said he “absolutely” expected to return in 2020.

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While there has been no solid reporting as of yet on this point, speculation is Newton wanted a five-year contract extension, which the organization wasn’t willing to go for.

Newton has passed a physical, which should alleviate some concerns about his throwing shoulder and foot. It will be interesting to see where he signs.

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