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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Sixers’ Andre Drummond signing digs up his Joel Embiid beef

Drummond signing brings back memories of beef with Embiid originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

The Sixers reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with Andre Drummond on Tuesday, an unexpected move to find a backup center from President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey.

Drummond feels like an odd fit after Morey stressed the importance of finding a flexible big to play backup center, though we’ll see what the team has in mind. But the really strange fit seems like more of a chemistry question, because Drummond and Sixer superstar Joel Embiid have some hilariously contentious history with one another dating all the way back to 2018.

Allow me to jog your memory.

The beef started way back in 2017, when Embiid got the better of Drummond for the second time that season. He scored 25 to Drummond’s 14 and managed to get Drummond to foul out, at which point he

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Former Niners’ Pro-Bowler ‘Open’ to Signing With Seahawks


SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 19: Richard Sherman #25 of the San Francisco 49ers celebrates after an interception against the Green Bay Packers during the second half of the NFC Championship game at Levi’s Stadium on January 19, 2020 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Richard Sherman could be headed to a rival franchise after spending the last three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers.

Jeremy Fowler, of ESPN, appeared on SportsCenter Sunday, July 4, where he broke the news that the former All-Pro cornerback could be headed back to the Seattle Seahawks — the team with which Sherman made not only his name, but also two Super Bowls.

“I’m told that this is not off the table, that Sherman is still open to returning to the Legion of Boom, or what remains of it,” Fowler said. “He makes a home on the West

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Why one ESPN insider believes Washington will end up signing Ryan Fitzpatrick

ESPN insider thinks Washington will end up with Fitzpatrick originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Since entering the NFL in 2005, Ryan Fitzpatrick has played for eight different franchises. And due to his soon-to-be-expired contract with the Dolphins, it appears that the passer and his beard could be headed to yet another destination when free agency begins.

Could that destination be Washington, though?

One ESPN insider thinks so.

During a Thursday appearance on SportsCenter, Field Yates joined for a segment where he predicted the landing spots for tons of different signal-callers, and when he focused in on the Burgundy and Gold, Fitzpatrick was the name he brought up.

“The Washington Football Team is kind of like the Patriots in that no man’s land,” he began.

“They have the 19th overall pick, probably can’t select a first-round quarterback, have a really good defense,” he continued. “How about Ryan Fitzpatrick, who I

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