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Panthers’ Cam Newton Reportedly to Undergo Surgery for Foot Injury

By Robert Gibson Telegraph Local__See My Blog

Where is Cam Newton? In his mansion drinking beer. Now that Ron Rivera has been released as head coach from the team, Cam is drifting farther away from the team. Yup, I’m not just talking injury reserve for his upcoming surgery. I’m talking bye-bye North Carolina. Is it hello Chicago? Chicago Bears are the early favorites to land Newton in 2020 says Sportsnaut.com.

In 2015, Newton signed a $100 million dollar contract for 4 years. That means Panthers still own him $21.1 million dollars.

He only played two games and led the team to an 0-2 start to begin the 2019 season. It wasn’t until after losing two games in a row Newton came clean about his Lisfranc fracture in his foot. What a coincidence.

Kyle Allen stepped in for the rest of the season while Newton sat on injury reserve. His decision to possibly move to another team was greatly influenced by the dismissal of Rivera. According to cbssport.com, he was “hurt deep” and surprised.

In Newton’s defense, he did take the advice of doctors all over the sports industry, before deciding to take the surgery. He will be able to return around March-April.

He’s going to have to remember this year as one of the worst statistically. He’ll finish with a QB rating of 56.2% with 0 touchdowns.

Way to set the bar low for your new team (wink wink).  

Robert Gibson
I possessed the desire for knowledge since Renaissance Charter School, where I was nominated School President and second runner up Valedictorian. I went on to attend W B Saul High School of Ag Sciences where I've grown an attachment to wildlife and everything the love of nature. I attended the FFA Chapter where I participated in Wildlife research contests and finished Top 10. In my finest hour I begin to realize that I harbored a talent to express myself Literately. Thanks to my English teacher I was able to enter into a Young Voices contest that was being represented by the American Poetry Review. Few chosen students of many High Schools in the Philadelphia area competed to obtain a publication of their poetry in a designated section of the 2009 July - August version. I and a few other chosen students had managed to win a place among very little chosen poets. I knew from that moment it was my own chosen destiny to specialize in the field of Publication. I enrolled into Community College of Philadelphia Honors Program. After two years I transferred to Shippensburg University under field of English Literature. I became an expected Father and decided to finish my Degree online at Ashford University under a more specific publication: Journalism. I became a Full-time Blogger and never looked back ever since.
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