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Panthers Camp Report: Day 6

SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of the Carolina Panthers training camp: Cam Newton overthrows a pass off the outreached fingertips of wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery. Newton throws a pass high and wide to tight end Greg Olsen. Show More Summary

Cam Newton Gives Shoes Off His Feet to Fan in Wheel Chair at Panthers Training Camp (Pic)

Cam Newton was a huge star in Charlotte the minute he got drafted first overall by the Carolina Panthers back in 2011. However, after leading the Panthers to a 12-4 record last year and the team’s first playoff appearance since 2008, fulfilling his destiny and becoming an official NFL Franchise Quarterback™, he’s a sports hero. […]

Brandon LaFell hauls in sick catch at Patriots practice

Tom Brady's pass wasn't too shabby either. The Tom Brady-Brandon LaFell connection is looking pretty healthy so far at New England Patriots training camp. Meanwhile in Carolina, Cam Newton is longingly watching this video on repeat while Kelvin Benjamin ices down his bruised leg.

Cam Newton Autographs His Cleats for Fan in Wheelchair After Practice

A simple gesture by a professional athlete goes a long way with fans. For example, fans love an athlete who will sign an autograph or take a picture with them. Not every athlete is willing to do that, but the Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton...Show More Summary

Panthers Camp Report: Day 2

SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of the Carolina Panthers training camp: Cam Newton looked sharper from the get-go during Saturday night's "Back to Football" practice at Gibbs Stadium. He didn't bumble...Show More Summary

Cotchery on Cam: "Great leader''

SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Jerricho Cotchery grew up an Alabama fan, which means he grew up not liking Auburn. But the Carolina Panthers wide receiver puts those feelings aside when it comes to his new quarterback, Cam Newton, who led Auburn to the 2010 national championship. "Great leader. Show More Summary

Cam Newton: 'I can't stress enough that I'm not 100 percent yet'

Good news: QB Cam Newton's surgically repaired ankle is getting better. Bad news: He's not completely healthy and he wants to make that clear as the Panthers start training camp.

Cam Newton: I can’t stress enough that I’m not 100 percent yet

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is healthy enough to practice at training camp. But he’s not healthy enough to do all of the things we’re accustomed to seeing from him on the football field. “I can’t stress enough that I’m not 100 percent yet,” said Newton, who had ankle surgery in March. “It’s just going to…

Panthers camp report: Day 1

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Thoughts and observations from the Carolina Panthers training camp: There were a lot of oohs and aahs from the estimated 36,000 that attended Fan Fest at Bank of America Stadium when quarterback Cam Newton threw to his new group of receivers. Show More Summary

Cam Newton looks rusty but not worried

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Cam Newton dropped back, looked to his left and threw a somewhat wobbly pass that sailed high and through the hands of wide receiver Tavarres King. I mention this because it was Newton's first pass in team drills since...Show More Summary

Cam Newton Injury: Updates on Panthers QB's Ankle and Recovery

The last thing any NFL fan wants to hear during the infancy of training camp is that their franchise quarterback is not fully healthy, but that's what the Carolina Panthers are getting with Cam Newton. Heading into his fourth seasonShow More Summary

Panthers hoping to find a left tackle among in-house guys

The Panthers clean slate at wide receiver has gotten more attention, but the bigger issue this year will be who ends up starting at tackle, and whether that person can keep Cam Newton upright. But Panthers coach Ron Rivera is confident he’s going to find an answer among what is on hand. Via the Charlotte…

The 5 Most Super Plays of Cam Newton's Career

Cam Newton has carried the heavy weight of high expectations throughout his NFL career. When the Carolina Panthers decided they liked Newton enough to make him the No. 1 pick in the 2011 draft, there was only one thing that matteredShow More Summary

2014 NFL Training Camp Battles: Who's protecting Cam Newton?

Looking at the 2014 NFC South Training Camp Battles: who's going to protect Cam Newton? Who replaces Sean Weatherspoon? And much more.

Cam Newton catching up with his receivers before camp

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was unveiled Friday morning as a cologne spokesman. The more important work this week was making sure his offense didn’t stink. Since his offseason ankle surgery kept him out of OTAs and minicamp, Newton is catching up by working out with his receivers before training camp begins. You know, the receivers…

Cam Newton adds to his stable of endorsements

The Panthers haven’t been able to sniff back-to-back winning seasons, but thanks to quarterback Cam Newton, they might at least smell better. Via Bill Voth of Black and Blue Review, Newton is being unveiled as the face of a new ad campaign for Drakkar Essence. That means he adds L’Oreal to a stable of advertisments…

Cam Newton will catch up with his new WRs next week

Other than a few 7-on-7s on the final day of minicamp, none of the Panthers’ new wide receivers has been able to work with Cam Newton this offseason as he recovered from ankle surgery. They’re going to get a chance to catch up next week. Panthers wideout Tiquan Underwood told Tom Pelissero of USA Today that…

Cam Newton working out with some non-Panthers

At this stage in the offseason, there’s little more that can be done to help the Panthers’ wide receiver corps. But you can’t blame quarterback Cam Newton for doing a little window shopping. According to Bill Voth of Black and Blue Review, Newton was recently throwing with Packers wideout Randall Cobb, Ravens wide receiver Torrey…

How Panthers Rookie Kelvin Benjamin Can Be Cam Newton's 'Safety Net' in Year One

The Carolina Panthers selected Kelvin Benjamin with the 28th overall pick of the 2014 NFL draft. What skills did Benjamin show in college that are perfect for the Carolina offense? How will the Panthers deploy him in their scheme? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Benjamin's fit with Carolina in the video above. Show More Summary

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