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Dissecting Most Crucial Matchups in Chicago Bears' Week 5 Contest with Carolina

It's time for the Chicago Bears to pick themselves up from a tough loss at home against the Green Bay Packers and travel on the road once again to face the Carolina Panthers. If the Bears want to slow down Cam Newton and this Panthers...Show More Summary

Bears defense may prefer to face Cam Newton

As the Bears prepare to return their sanctuary away from Soldier Field, where the home team is 0-2, they’ll be squaring off again the Panthers and quarterback Cam Newton. There’s a good chance they prefer that to squaring off against the Panthers and quarterback Derek Anderson. With Newton still limited by offseason ankle surgery and…

Are the Panthers Still the Team to Beat in the NFC South?

The Carolina Panthers defense has struggled the last two weeks without stars like Greg Hardy and Luke Kuechly. Cam Newton's recovery is slow-going without the run threat. How will Ron Rivera increase this offensive attack? Is Carolina...Show More Summary

Panthers Must Sit Cam Newton or Finally Unleash Him

Don't tug on Superman's cape...unless he's no longer invincible. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has done his best impression of Clark Kent in recent weeks. He's still big and strong, but his ability to fly around the field is missing. Show More Summary

Ron Rivera: We want to unleash Cam Newton, but have to do it the right way

The Panthers have been routed by the Steelers and Ravens the last two weeks and they’ve had Cam Newton run four times for 14 yards over the course of those two games. That’s not the Newton that ran for 28 touchdowns over the last three seasons and it’s a major part of the Panthers offense…

Time to unleash Cam Newton once again

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- It's becoming a regular segment of Ron Rivera's Monday afternoon news conferences. When will you turn quarterback Cam Newton loose? Each week the Carolina Panthers coach indicates Newton, who underwent left ankle surgery in March and suffered fractured ribs in August, is getting healthier and closer to that moment. Show More Summary

Cam Newton stays quiet for Panthers, fantasy owners

The Carolina quarterback has struggled to start the season. We break down the fantasy implications. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton continued his slow start to the season Sunday. After missing Week 1, the quarterback has put...Show More Summary

Cam Newton Injury Update and Fantasy Football Impact

Quarterback Cam Newton only threw for 197 yards while playing through an ankle injury against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4. How concerned should the Panthers be about Newton's health? Do fantasy football owners need a backup plan for...Show More Summary

Cam Newton, Kelvin Benjamin's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 4

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton continued to show excellent rapport with rookie wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens. Midway through the first quarter, the duo hooked up for a 28-yard score in the corner of the end zone that tied the game at seven. Show More Summary

Steve Smith questions Cam Newton's ability to think fast

Newton can't think fast enough to succeed in the red zone, according to his former teammate. Cam Newton has struggled to find success in the red zone during his NFL career, and his former teammate, Steve Smith, thinks he knows why. Smith...Show More Summary

Fantasy football projections, Week 4: Panthers-Ravens featuring Cam Newton, Kelvin Benjamin and Steve Smith Sr.

We break down the Week 4 matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the Baltimore Ravens. The Week 4 matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the Baltimore Ravens pits a longtime Panthers' receiver against his former team for the first time. Show More Summary

How Injury-Depleted Steelers Defense Managed to Get to Cam Newton

There were some welcome surprises in the Pittsburgh Steelers' commanding 37-19 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday night. Not the least of which was the play of the Steelers defense. Even with injuries to starting cornerback Ike...Show More Summary

Cam Newton's postgame style might be a bit too much for Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Carolina Panthers have bigger issues than the length of quarterback Cam Newton's Capri-style pants following Sunday night's 37-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. But since his pants came up -- no pun intendedShow More Summary

One-dimensional Newton hurting Panthers

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- In order to protect quarterback Cam Newton, the Carolina Panthers may be hurting themselves. Newton is on pace to rush 45 times for 195 yards this season. He averaged 121 carries for 677.3 yards rushing the past three...Show More Summary

Cam Newton wears yoga pants and slippers to press conference after a loss

Memo to Cam Newton- just because the NFL has a “dress” code dosent mean you have to wear one, son. The only person whose allowed to walk anywhere they want […]

Let’s Discuss Cam Newton’s Suspect Suit And Capri Pants

Let’s Discuss Cam Newton’s Suspect Suit And Capri Pants Cam Newton likes to dress in very interesting outfits for his post-game interviews. But this one might take the cake. His lilac jacket and outfit were insane and people had questions.

LOOK: This is what Cam Newton wore to his post-game presser

We suppose Cam Newton's post-game outfit is befitting of the Panthers underwhelming effort against the Steelers on Sunday Night Football.

Cam Newton Channels His Inner Dwyane Wade with Postgame Outfit

Sunday night was a rough one for Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. Not only did he struggle in his team's 37-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he also came out for his postgame press conference dressed in interesting fashion. Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade would be proud. [Ric Bucher] Read more NFL news on

Can We Please Talk About Cam Newton’s Pants?


Cam Newton's postgame attire pairs Capri pants with slippers

Fashion: it's not just for the NBA anymore. Can't just do this after wins, so... #MADE — Black & Blue Review (@BlackBlueReview) September 22, 2014 Russell Westbrook, eat your heart out.

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