Cam Newton Signing Could Hurt Jets in 2022, Signals End of an Era


Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton getting ready for a game against the New York Jets.

Just when you think you have seen it all in the NFL, something new hits you.

On Thursday morning we witnessed a surprise reunion between the Carolina Panthers and former league MVP Cam Newton.

The veteran unceremoniously exited in 2019 and after a year away with the New England Patriots, he will now play the role of Superman to try and save this team’s playoff hopes.

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NFL World Reacts To Cam Newton’s Honest Admission

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton on Sunday against the 49ers.

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton on Sunday against the 49ers.

Cam Newton is opening up about his release by the New England Patriots.

Heading into Week 1, the Patriots decided to release the veteran quarterback, naming rookie Mac Jones the team’s starting quarterback.

Newton recently gave a brutally honest admission on his release.

“Let me be honest with you… if they would’ve asked me, if they said, ‘Cam, we’re going to give the team to Mac, you’re going to be the second string. We expect you to be everything and some to help guide him through this tenure’ — I would’ve said, ‘Absolutely,’” Newton said in his latest YouTube video.

“The truth of the matter is, this — [Mac] would have been uncomfortable.”

The NFL world appreciates the honesty. However, fans are skeptical of the opinion.

“Mac waited 3 years to take over the throne at Bama without an

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New England Patriots QB Cam Newton says Mac Jones is ‘cool’

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Cam Newton said he is still getting to know rookie Mac Jones as they compete for the New England Patriots starting quarterback job, but in sharing his first impression, he cited a phrase made famous by late ESPN SportsCenter anchor Stuart Scott.

“Cool, like the other side of the pillow,” Newton said Friday. “You never know when he’s really down on himself. You don’t really necessarily know when he’s up, either. He’s real cool.”

Newton, 32, said that Jones has even surprised him with his knowledge of hip-hop.

All of which had Jones, 22, laughing after practice.

“That’s a nice compliment. I’d say the same about Cam,” said Jones, the Patriots’ first-round draft pick from the University of Alabama

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