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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has made more than his share of dynamic — and sometimes unbelievable — plays since entering the league as the top pick of the 2011 NFL draft.
Coach Ron Rivera said last week that the 2015 NFL MVP planned to throw on the side during the mandatory camp. It was to have been the first time Newton has thrown overhanded since undergoing surgery on March 30 to repair a partially torn rotator cuff.
As quarterback Cam Newton goes, so go the Panthers. When Newton had an MVP season in 2015, the Panthers went to the Super Bowl. When he had statistically the worst season of his career in 2016, the team struggled and missed the playoffs after capturing three consecutive NFC South titles. Newton had offseason surgery to fix a partially torn rotator cuff, so training camp will be the first big test to see if the problem has been corrected. The Panthers added more weapons in first- and second-round draft picks Christian McCaffrey and Curtis Samuel. Their presence will give the 6-foot-5 quarterback more opportunities to get rid of the ball quicker and take fewer hits … and to give him fewer reasons to run. It’s an evolution for Newton and the offense, and how well that adaptation process goes will largely determine how well the Panthers do this season.
Newton did not answer questions about whether he would throw during his Friday charity kickball event. But during an interview with ESPN’s Marty Smith, after spending the day pitching underhanded during the event, Newton indicated he wasn’t ready to throw overhanded.
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Instead of the palatial home that is the centerpiece of Newton’s video, Kalil showed a wide shot of the mountain home in which the offensive linemen, tight ends and middle linebacker Luke Kuechly stayed.
Head trainer Ryan Vermillion said last week when the surgery was announced that the MRI revealed a partial tear of the rotator cuff. The medical staff attempted to let the injury heal with rest and rehabilitation, but when Newton recently experienced soreness, it was decided to move forward with the surgery.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has begun throwing for the first time since undergoing surgery to repair a partially torn rotator cuff in his right (throwing) shoulder in March.
Newton underwent surgery to repair the tear on March 30 after the statistically worst season of his career. The schedule called for him to rehab without throwing for the first 12 weeks and begin throwing for four weeks with Vermillion. If there are no setbacks, the 2015 NFL MVP will be cleared to throw to teammates when the Panthers begin training camp on July 26 in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Barring a last-minute setback, it will happen during next week’s Tuesday-Thursday mandatory minicamp.
Newton’s 3,566 rushing yards and 48 rushing touchdowns are the most by a quarterback since 2011. He also has been hit far more times than any quarterback in the league during that span because of his involvement in the running game.
Newton was scrambling on his way out of bounds in the first half of the Panthers’ eventual 26-15 victory over the Redskins on Monday night, when he was hit by Washington’s Trent Murphy. Newton shot up and tossed the ball at Murphy as the quarterback walked away to draw the penalty.
“OK, if they slide late, they can be contacted, but they still can’t be contacted forcibly in the head. And so what we ruled was that he slid late but there was no forcible contact with the head — that he just went over the top.”
This was the latest incident in a season of frustration for Rivera and Newton over uncalled penalties on illegal hits and helmet-to-helmet shots against the reigning cheap NFL jerseys MVP.
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The Carolina Panthers’ offensive coordinator didn’t hide his excitement over having two new toys in running back Christian McCaffrey and wide receiver Curtis Samuel. He made it clear that Carolina’s first- and second-round picks will add much-needed speed. He just didn’t offer much detail on how he planned to use two of the most versatile players he’s had since taking over the offense in 2013.
“We’ll have to see,” Shula said with a smile Saturday as Carolina’s two-day rookie minicamp came to a close. “Hopefully, we’ll be back to where we were in 2015 as far as production. That’s the No. 1 thing.
“There’s been a lot of hits,” Newton said. “There’s been a lot of big hits, tough hits and wooziness. But nothing like a hit that occurred when I had the concussion.
“It’s nothing to play with, I can tell you that. You see guys that have stuff stemming back from their concussion years removed from the game. This game brings a lot of joy, and also it’s a lot of repercussions that come with it.”
That will help Newton in ways other than just limiting his running. He finally has players who can turn a short pass into a big gain. He’ll have more opportunities to get rid of the ball quicker and avoid some of the hits that damaged his confidence in 2016.