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Tagged: Cam Newton (71 Results)

Jul
10

Newton recovery on track

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON appears to be on track to return for the start of the Panthers training camp later this month. Newton has been recovering from an offseason arthroscopic procedure,More with his rehab moving along as expected. Fantasy owners will likely be monitoring his progress during camp, with the hope that his shoulder issues are a thing of the past. Less

Source: Charlotte Observer

Jun
10

Newton to throw at minicamp

Charlotte quarterback CAM NEWTON is scheduled to throw during all quarterback drills when the Panthers begin their three-day minicamp on Tuesday. Newton underwent an arthroscopic procedure on his throwing shoulder shortlyMore after the 2018 season and has been recovering since. It’s still unclear when Newton will start participating in team drills, but his rehab seems to be progressing. Less

Source: Team Website

Around the NFL: Cam Newton

Cam Newton underwent shoulder surgery in January, and around the time there were some worrying things being put out there about his recovery process. Owner David Tepper said back then, ""If you told me that [Newton] took a year off and could be fully recovered and that's what it took, why wouldn't you do that?" It raised concerns about when Newton would be back on the field.   more »

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Jun
4

Newton throwing again as rehab progresses

Carolina head coach Ron Rivera confirmed that quarterback CAM NEWTON is throwing overhand with a regulation sized football. Rivera did not offer an official timetable for Newton’s return but said heMore “felt good” about July or August, assuming his quarterback is medically cleared. The Panthers are not expected to rush things with Newton, but it sounds like his rehab remains on track. Less

Source: Charlotte Observer

Around the NFL: Cam Newton

I have interest in Cam Newton. If he’s right physically, I’m pretty confident he’ll be a top-10 quarterback.   more »

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Feb
11

Newton working toward full recovery

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON revealed recently that he could not throw a football beyond 30 yards during the 2018 season. Fortunately, his most recent surgery went well and the cartilage damageMore he suffered was much less severe than originally thought. So far, signs point to a great recovery for Newton heading into the 2019 season. Less

Source: Charlotte Observer

Jan
31

Newton optimistic after shoulder surgery

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON is optimistic that his recent shoulder surgery will fix the nagging issue that prematurely ended his 2018 season. Newton said on Wednesday that he was “good”, addingMore that his shoulder was better than he thought it would be. The Panthers hope the early surgery will get Newton ready for offseason work and the 2019 season. Less

Source: NFL.com

Around the NFL: Shoulder surgery for Newton

Cam Newton underwent shoulder surgery yesterday. It was an arthroscopic procedure, and the team didn't release a timeline for his recovery. Personally, and since I have Newton on a couple of dynasty rosters, I'm considering this to be good news.   more »

Jan
25

Newton undergoes shoulder surgery

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON had an arthroscopic procedure on his right shoulder on Thursday and will immediately begin a rehab process that is expected to last through the spring. The Panthers are hopeful that Newton will be fully ready to participate in training camp ahead of the upcoming season.

Source: Charlotte Observer

Jan
16

Panthers uncertain on Newton’s status for 2019

The Carolina Panthers are unsure what this offseason will bring for star quarterback CAM NEWTON’S surgically-repaired right shoulder. Panthers owner David Tepper said he doesn’t know if Newton will require another shoulder surgery, but the priority is getting him back on the field.

Source: Charlotte Observer

Dec
20

Panthers shut Newton down for season

The Carolina Panthers confirmed that quarterback CAM NEWTON will sit out the team’s final two games of the 2018 season. The Panthers will not place Newton on injured reserve, instead leaving him on the team’s 53-man roster. Backup TAYLOR HEINICKE will start on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.

Source: Charlotte Observer

Dec
19

Newton’s shoulder not improving

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON said after Monday night’s game that he has tried everything, but his sore shoulder is not improving. With the Panthers all but mathematically eliminated from the playoffs,More and Newton’s shoulder not getting any better, it’s possible that the team could shut their signal-caller down for the last two games of the season. Less

Source: Charlotte Observer

Factoid: Passing inside the 10

It’s reasonable to be worried about Cam Newton’s health. He’s got a shoulder injury that I think traces back to a nasty hit he took in the Thursday night loss at Pittsburgh. Against Tampa Bay, Newton attempted a Hail Mary throw that landed about 20 yards short of the goal line. When they got a second chance on the player, they inserted backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke.   more »

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Dec
6

Newton dealing with sore shoulder

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON is dealing with shoulder pain but he insists that he will be ready to go on Sunday when the Panthers play the Cleveland Browns. Despite throwing 4More interceptions last week, Newton is still posting career bests in completion percentage and passer rating as he works through the pain. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
30

Newton playing “the best football of my career”

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON said on Wednesday that he feels like he is playing “the best football” of his career. Newton is completing a career-best 69.6 percent of his passes heading into Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay.

Source: Charlotte Observer

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