Cam Newton, QB says he has put himself in difficult situations with both the Carolina Panthers & New England Patriots

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Cam Newton He still believes he is one of 32 best NFL quarterbacks. The current perception of him stems from his “f —– up” situation with the Carolina Panthers Last season.

“I signed up on Thursday. I played on Sunday,” the 2015 NFL MVP stated on “The Pivot Podcast”, hosted by ESPN's Ryan Clark, Channing Crowder, and Fred Taylor, former NFL players. “At what stage did you believe you would be successful?” I began the next week. You're still less than 10 days away from being on the team. You're still learning the offense.

Cam has taken full responsibility for putting himself in this f up position, and it had an ricochet effect on people's thinking. [how they think of me].”

Newton, 33 years old, is an unrestricted free agent. After being signed in November, Newton spent the last eight games of the season with the Panthers. Sam Darnold With a shoulder injury, he was placed on injured reserve.

Four days later in a backup position, Newton scored on two plays — a 2 yard run and a 2 yard pass — to help the Panthers win an upset at Arizona.

He began the next five games at 0-5, with three touchdown passes (and five interceptions) and went 0-5 in the rest. He also ran for four touchdowns.

Although the Panthers didn't re-sign him following the season, they kept the door open for Darnold, a third-round pick, to return to the competition. Matt Corral Former XFL star P.J. Walker.

Newton was the Panthers' first pick in the 2011 draft. He still believes that he can help any team that gives him a chance. He stated repeatedly that he believes he can help any team, no matter how good or bad they are.

Newton said, “If you think that I could't be on some one's team now, then you're a fool.”

Newton stated that the 33-year old version of himself needs a team with good support and the time to learn the system. .

Newton stated, “If you ask to run this show and your supporting cast doesn't uphold their end of the bargain then you're always going be left alone.”

Newton reminded Newton that he didn’t have the opportunity to do so with the Panthers in 2021, and never had the chance to learn the offense. New England In 2020, after signing in late-June that year.

Newton stated that the New England experience was a f ——situation. He said, “I was still learning about the offense seven to eight week into the season.”

Newton was the Patriots' first starter, but he finished 7-8 with only eight touchdown passes and 10 interceptions. After the season, Newton signed a second time and was released when New England made the decision to pick the first-rounder. Mac Jones.

Newton described his 2020 season as “brain overload” It was times that I was going down the line and I still think about it. It was a good thing I knew it. Yes. It was so important that I knew it to prove to the world that I am still Cam Newton. No.

“But, I put myself into that situation.

Newton used to compare himself to Superman when he first joined the league. However, he doesn’t do this anymore.

He said, “I have five children now and if they don't think I'm Superman to them, I'll be damned that I allow the world to call my Superman.”

Newton explained that he didn't mean to denigrate or put down women when he appeared in April on the podcast “Million Dollaz Worth of Game”.

Newton discussed women who “cannot cook” and “don’t know when to be silent.”

“Now, a woman for me is managing your own needs but knowing how to cater for a man's. Right?” Newton stated this in April. “And I think that a lot times when you get that visual of like, “I'm a boss —-,” I'm this, it's that.

“No, baby! But you can't cook. You don’t know when to speak up. You don’t know how to give a man the opportunity to lead.

Newton remembered that his family included “two strong women” (his grandmother and mother) as well as a strong dad.

Newton stated, “I should have said that as a strong man, you have to also listen to your partner.” That was not the point I made. … “I believe that we as strong men must recognize the strength of this force in our lives.”

Newton was asked if he was ready for football to end. He replied, “I was prepared when the Panthers cut my first time.”

This happened after Matt Rhule was hired as a replacement for Ron Rivera.

Newton reiterated that he is still one of 32 NFL's best quarterbacks and still wants to prove himself. Newton reminded teams that he is still a great quarterback and that they will have to cope with his sometimes larger-than-life personality.

“Because they are aware that once you bring Cam Newton to your organization, it will be a mantra for itself. ‘Put Cam In! Put Cam in !”' Newton responded. “But you can't find a coach or player. You can't find anyone in the office who says Cam is a tumor.

“Now, is it okay to apologize for having such a huge impact? No.

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