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Bad Lip Reading Takes On NFL For 2015 [Video]

The epic lip reading videos are back and this time they have a special edition for the NFL, NFL 2015: A Bad Lip Reading. As always, the video is hilarious with many NFL favorites saying some strange things. Cam Newton, Tony Romo, Chip Kelly, Dez Bryant, Ed Hochuli, Andy Dalton and many others make appearances saying […]

Bad Lip Reading returns; Tony Romo, Cam Newton, more look plain silly

At this point, we have to laugh at the NFL to keep from crying. Thankfully, that's where Bad Lip Reading comes in. Just click and enjoy Tony Romo's confusion, Cam Newton's storytelling abilities, and the very creepy proclivities of several of your favorite head coaches. Show More Summary

Panthers G.M. on Cam Newton: “We want him here. I want him here”

Though it was before Dave Gettelman’s time as General Manager, the Panthers have seen life without a franchise quarterback. And while a deal for Cam Newton isn’t imminent, Gettleman said he has no intention of building a team with anyone else at quarterback. “We want him here. I want him here,” Gettleman said, via Jonathan…

Carolina Panthers season report card

Head coach Ron Rivera summed it up best when he said instruction manuals aren’t written on how to handle seasons like the Carolina Panthers had in 2014. Quarterback Cam Newton missed the season opener with fractured ribs, then sat out at Week 15 victory after breaking two bones in his lower back during a car crash. Show More Summary

Not signing Cam Newton to long-term deal would be huge mistake

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Cam Newton isn’t the best quarterback in the NFC. He’s not even the best quarterback in the NFC South. But he’s the best quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. Despite another lackluster performance by Newton in the playoffs, the Panthers can’t afford not to sign him long term. Show More Summary

Reading between lines of Ron Rivera, Dave Gettleman

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – After 30 minutes of listening to Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman dodge specifics on his offseason plans, I made one last attempt to get something specific on when quarterback Cam Newton might be signed...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft order: First 28 picks settled

After losing in the divisional round, the Carolina Panthers pick 25th and could look for an offensive tackle for Cam Newton. Your mock drafts can now be a little more accurate. Well, the order at least. Four mock picks in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft were set following the weekend's divisional game. Show More Summary

Cam Newton: I did a bad job of protecting the football

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton had three turnovers in Saturday’s loss to the Seahawks, and he acknowledged afterward that he needed to play better. “I did a bad job of protecting the football, and when you’re playing a great defense you just have to take what they give you,” Newton said. “A lot of times, I…

Russell Wilson showed Cam Newton what a franchise quarterback looks like

SEATTLE -- Cam Newton didn't have to look far on Saturday night to see what a franchise quarterback looks like. He was wearing No. 3 for the Seattle Seahawks. Russell Wilson stepped up on the big stage once again, completing all eight...Show More Summary

Kam Chancellor, Seattle's Dark Knight hero leads the way

SEATTLE -- They call Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton Superman, but Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor was the real Superman Saturday night. Chancellor was leaping tall linemen with a single bound (no, really) andShow More Summary

Cam Newton: 'I don't know how to feel'

SEATTLE -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Carolina Panthers' 31-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks: Quarterback Cam Newton, with only a towel wrapped around his waist, had as much trouble getting past reporters to the shower as he did getting past the Seattle defense. Show More Summary

Kam Chancellor says he's Batman, the Dark Knight

SEATTLE -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Seahawks' 31-17 victory over Carolina: Seattle strong safety Kam Chancellor on if he’s the real Superman, not Carolina’s Cam Newton: “He can have it. They call me Batman. I’m the Dark Knight. Show More Summary

Cam Newton Needs Help, but Deserves Share of Blame for Panthers' Playoff Loss

This year, the Carolina Panthers became only the fourth team in NFL history to make the playoffs with a losing record of 7-8-1, another rise on the roller coaster that was the Panthers' 2014-15 season. Unfortunately for the Panthers,...Show More Summary

LOOK: Kam (Chancellor) betters Cam (Newton) on 90-yard pick-6

On Saturday night in the NFC Divisional playoff game, Seattle's Kam Chancellor was better than Carolina's Cam Newton.

Kam (Chancellor) betters Cam (Newton) on 90-yard pick-6

On Saturday night in the NFC Divisional playoff game, Seattle's Kam Chancellor was better than Carolina's Cam Newton.

Panthers bounce back with long touchdown drive

The Panthers might be on the ropes, but they’re punching. Carolina answered with a 14-play, 79-yard touchdown drive to tie the Seahawks midway through the second quarter. Cam Newton hit Kelvin Benjamin with a catch-it-or-break-a-rib touchdown pass for the score, after a long, methodical drive. The Panthers are built to play in a close game, and…

NFL playoffs 2015: How to watch Panthers vs. Seahawks online

Seattle hosts Carolina on Saturday night, looking to avoid a massive upset at the hands of Cam Newton. The game starts at 8:15 p.m. ET on Fox. The Seattle Seahawks begin their postseason title defense against the Carolina Panthers on Saturday night as both teams hope to advance to the NFC championship game. Show More Summary

Inside the Playbook: Panthers (7-8) at Seahawks (12-4)

Panthers QB Cam Newton could be hobbled with an ankle injury that will make him far less of a running threat.

Russell Wilson a different type of runner than Cam Newton

RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson knows he often gets compared to Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton because both players are dangerous runners. But Wilson sees some obvious differences between the two of them. “He’s, what, seven inches taller than me,” Wilson said with a chuckle. Show More Summary

Charlotte changes intersection where Cam Newton crashed

There were 11 crashes last year at the corner of Hill and Chruch Streets in downtown Charlotte. But only one resulted in a star quarterback being hospitalized. Now, in a remarkable coincidence, the city’s fourth-most-dangerous intersection has gotten a makeover. Show More Summary

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