Everything about Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson screams "Cam Newton 2.0." Johnson chimes in at 6'5", 230 pounds, has the same size and arm strength of the former Auburn signal-caller who led the Tigers to the 2010 national title and...Show More Summary
Five years ago, an unheralded quarterback stepped into Gus Malzahn ’s offense and propelled Auburn back into the national spotlight. Cam Newton spent only one season on the Plains, but his impact will never be forgotten. The gregarious...Show More Summary
Darin Gantt joins the show to discuss possible draft targets for the Carolina Panthers, including the team potentially trying to bolster the weapons and protection around Cam Newton.
Since we’re at the time of year when ambiguous suggestions of “character concerns” get tossed around a lot, it’s probably worth noting that the concept of maturity is not static. Players can, sometimes, possibly, acquire it over time. You know, as they mature. Perhaps no player was questioned so vigorously in recent pre-draft run-ups as Panthers quarterback…
Monday news round-up.
Cam Netwon in a giant bubble launching himself at people head first? Yes, this really happened.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has spent his offseason once again in pursuit of his college degree at Auburn. But just like any college student, sometimes you just gotta left off some steam by MY GOD CAM NEWTON WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Now I’ve heard of bubble soccer, which seems fun and mostly harmless. But […]
This is hilarious.
There were plenty of times last year the Panthers probably wanted to put Cam Newton in bubble wrap. So yesterday, he decided to do it himself. The Panthers quarterback posted a video to Instagram of him hurling himself at friends, while wearing a giant inflatable plastic ball. The bubble-suit-thing he’s wearing might have come in…
Cam Newton becomes human Easter egg
There are many ways to celebrate Easter, and Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton did so with an intense game of Knockerball with his friends. From the looks of it, Knockerball is simple: You get in the bubble, take a running start and smash whoever stands in the way. Show More Summary
The 10-year-old who wrote in his school newspaper that Panthers QB Cam Newton should be benched had no idea that his story had made its way around the internet and back.
Panthers QB Cam Newton wants to 'be like Mike'
As with many modern media phenomenons, it all started with a tweet. After one guy posted a photo of a Skip Bayless-level hot take in an elementary school newspaper ripping Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, the 10-year-old has had a chance to explain himself. And actually, he’s better than Bayless, because there’s at least an intellectual honesty to…
A hot take on the Carolina Panthers from my son's elementary school newspaper. pic.twitter.com/uxzeurkcIl — Jeff Atkins (@atkinsjeff) March 30, 2015 In some respects, the Carolina Panthers had a successful 2014 campaign. They won their...Show More Summary
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Based on an analysis written by a kid in Virginia, the Carolina Panthers might be wise not to invest long term in quarterback Cam Newton. Jeff Atkins posted the article on Twitter, saying it was from the newspaperShow More Summary
Here’s a blistering elementary school editorial on Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton that claims he should switch to running back because his interceptions are hurting the team. A few things to note: 1) This is how bad the NFC South was last year. Show More Summary
ESPN headhunters are likely kicking in doors at a North Carolina elementary school this Tuesday in the hopes of finding and hiring the young columnist who recently published a thermonuclear take on Cam Newton in his school newspaper. Twitter...Show More Summary
Out of the mouths of babes come blistering takes. Read more...