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Cam Newton Calls Out Carolina Panthers For Mistreatment

Cam Newton Calls Out Carolina Panthers For Mistreatment

Cam Newton Calls Out Carolina Panthers For Mistreatment

Cam Newton made headlines last week when he signed a contract with the New England Patriots. After spending the first nine years of his career with the Carolina Panthers, he agreed to suit up for Bill Belichick and Co. and attempt to replace Tom Brady.

While Newton is obviously excited for what the future holds, there is still some very clear resentment towards the Panthers. That resentment was on full display on Sunday, when the 31-year-old spoke out on what had transpired in Carolina.

“You know what makes this (expletive) different?” he wrote on Instagram.

“They ain’t never seen this Cam. That ain’t never seen him. You want to know how I know? I ain’t never seen him. The forgotten Cam. The (expletive) on Cam. The tired of being sick and tired Cam. Felt like I was just left to die. It’s over with for him, he ain’t the same player.

“I love it. I adore it. I admire it. I want to taste it. I want everything about it,” Newton continued.

“Waking up energized after a hard day. What’s next? Loving on my kids more. Got more energy. My kids say, ‘Daddy, we going to Charlotte?’ No sir. That’s over with.”

Newton has been hampered by injuries for the last few years, hence his stock dropping in the eyes of many. If he can get healthy, though, there is no question that he has a great opportunity to silence a lot of his haters this season.

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