The Panthers remain steadfast that Cam Newton will start the season opener despite his rib injury. We break down the fantasy implications. The Carolina Panthers haven't changed their stance on the status of quarterback Cam Newton. Head...Show More Summary
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Ryan Kalil couldn't help but crack a joke when Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton arrived for Monday's practice wearing a new oversized flak jacket. "I told him in the event of a water landing it could be used as a flotation device," the Pro Bowl center and team's resident comedian said. Show More Summary
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is already big. But he cut an even more imposing figure Monday, wearing a heavily padded flak jacket to protect the hairline fracture in a rib that kept him out of the preseason finale. “I told him in the event of a water landing he can be used as a flotation…
With Alex Smith's long-awaited deal out of the way, we turn our attention to Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Russell Wilson and the next wave of extension candidates. Alex Smith signed a four-year, $68 million deal on Sunday that includes...Show More Summary
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was back throwing on Monday, his first participation in a full practice since suffering fractured ribs during an Aug. 22 exhibition game at New England. Newton said last Wednesday...Show More Summary
A closer look at the 53-man roster for the Carolina Panthers as they prepare for Sunday's opener at Tampa Bay: Offense Quarterbacks (3) -- Cam Newton, Derek Anderson, Joe Webb Newton's offseason ankle surgery opened the door for Webb to join the team and Newton's fractured rib two weeks ago made it a necessity to keep Webb on the roster. Show More Summary
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton continues to deal with two offseason and preseason medical issues—first, surgery for a lingering ankle injury and later a broken rib—leaving fantasy drafters and owners with a few unanswered questions. Will...Show More Summary
The news keeps getting worse for the Carolina Panthers. Quarterback Cam Newton, who was hit on a scramble by New England Patriots linebacker Jamie Collins on Friday, suffered a hairline fracture in one of his ribs and will miss the team's fourth preseason game. Show More Summary
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Examining the Carolina Panthers' roster: QUARTERBACKS (3) Cam Newton Derek Anderson Joe Webb Webb looked expendable until Newton suffered a fractured rib in the third preseason game against New England. Coach Ron Rivera was fairly adamant...Show More Summary
Being that it was the Carolina Panthers' fourth preseason game, quarterback Cam Newton likely wouldn't have played even had he been healthy. But Newton was not healthy Thursday night, out with The Charlotte Observer reported was hairline...Show More Summary
The Carolina quarterback said "there's no doubt" that he'll suit up for the opener and Casey earns a four-year extension after a double-digit sack season. Cam Newton says he'll play in Week 1 It was recently discovered that the Carolina...Show More Summary
The UPoR offers up a handy recap of the Panthers’ 2011 draft, which saw the team take Cam Newton and a bunch of guys that are no longer on the team. And that would be a huge problem especially when the Panthers were going first in every round of the draft in which they still […]
Despite a rib injury, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is confident he'll be ready for the regular season.
Cam Newton is currently dealing with rib and ankle injuries but he said there's "no doubt" he'll be ready to play in Week 1 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, per the Charlotte Observer. Newton had offseason ankle surgery and has recovered at an accelerated rate to get back on the field. Show More Summary
Newton is dealing with an injury to his ribs, but expects to play in the season opener. We break down the fantasy implications. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will play in the team's season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to Joe Person of The Charlotte Observer. Show More Summary
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton told reporters today that he “feels great” and that he “has no doubt” that he will start on Sept. 7, when he and his team open the season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Newton’s optimistic comments raised several eyebrows and even more questions from the reporter pool, which is well […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Cam Newton says he feels great and "there's no doubt" in his mind he'll be ready to play in the Panthers season opener Sept. 7 against Tampa Bay.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s preseason work was probably over after the third preseason game under any circumstances, but a rib injury suffered against the Patriots last weekend made it a certainty. An MRI found a hairline fracture that Newton said on Wednesday affects several ribs, leaving him with some healing up to do before the…
Times are tough for Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Broken ribs and a patchwork group of wide receivers have last year's NFC Cinderella story looking like less of a competitive team and more of a fantasy liability. Ron Rivera announced Cam Newton has a hairline fracture in ribs. Show More Summary