Cam Newton’s Friday News Is Met With Reaction From The NFL Community

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Cam Newton’s Friday News Is Met With Reaction From The NFL Community

Cam Newton was without an NFL team just over a week ago.

However, he will start for the Carolina Panthers against the Washington Redskins on Sunday.

Cam will start against Washington, Panthers head coach Matt Rhule announced on Friday.

In Week 10, he made the most of his limited snaps by scoring two touchdowns in a win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Cam will start for Carolina for the first time since 2019 – his final season with the team – with starter Sam Darnold out and backup PJ Walker underwhelming.

In Week 2 of the 2019 NFL season, he last started for Carolina.

Fans are ecstatic, if not for seeing Cam, then for him alone.

The Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte is expected to be packed this Sunday, according to almost everyone.

Carolina’s all-time leading passer, Cam Newton, has led the Panthers to some of their best seasons in franchise history.

In 2015, he went 15-1 as a starter, winning the MVP award and leading them to their second Super Bowl appearance.

In addition, the opponent in that game could not be more appropriate.

Carolina is led by Ron Rivera, who served as the team’s head coach for the majority of Cam’s career.

Former Panthers Curtis Samuel and Joey Slye are among the team’s notable alumni.

The Panthers are 5-5, but they are only one game out of first place in the NFC South.

This quarterback decision could have a significant impact on the playoffs.

Was Matt Rhule correct in naming Cam Newton the starting quarterback?

The NFL Community Reacts To Cam Newton’s News From Friday

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NFL World Reacts To Friday’s Cam Newton News

NFL World Reacts To Friday’s Cam Newton News

NFL World Reacts To Friday’s Cam Newton News

NFL World Reacts To Friday’s Cam Newton News

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