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Cam Newton Earns Taunting Penalty

Cam Newton will have to keep his nose clean for the rest of today’s game against the Falcons after earning a first-quarter taunting penalty. NFL rules call for a player to be ejected after his second unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, and there’s still 55 minutes of football to get through. Read more...
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