#1 Cam Newton
 Pos: Quarterback
Injury: Probable
Injury Type: ankle
 Experience: 4
College: Auburn
Height: 77
Weight: 245
Born: 5/11/1989
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Quarterback Rank: #5All Players: #37
Newton didn't have quite the season as his rookie year but played well once again. He started very slow but was great the second half of the year, which is encouraging for the coming season. Newton had 15 total touchdowns to just two interceptions his last seven games. He also threw for 230-plus yards all but one of those games. He grew from his early struggles in the season. Newton had 10 interceptions his first nine games of the year, making bad decisions with the football. He continues to grow as an NFL quarterback. He averages 31 total touchdowns per season in two years in the league. He also averages just shy of 4,000-passing yards per year and has topped 700-rushing yards each of his first two seasons. Newton is the complete package at quarterback. He'll post big passing and rushing numbers. He shows some immaturity at times, especially when dealing with the press, but seems to learn from those mistakes. He should get better as a player in 2013, especially if the Panthers add some weapons for him at receiver. Newton has a cannon for an arm and a knack for making the big play. He will force some passes at times but is pretty accurate throwing the ball for the most part. He throws a good deep ball and runs as well as any quarterback in the game. He will continue to be the centerpiece of the Panthers' offense for years to come.
Fantasy owners might be down on him some after last season but he finished with good numbers in the end despite his poor start to the year. He is capable of being a top-five fantasy quarterback and is worthy of being one of the first quarterbacks off the board. He has as much upside as any quarterback out there. You can expect a season with around 4,000-passing yards, 700-rushing yards and 30 total scores.

comments about Cam Newton


Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle) said he is using this time while he rehabs from ankle surgery to focus on the mental aspects of the game. Newton is watching more film and asking more questions about the offense. The bonding starts now, Newton said. These days are very important, especially with my limitations as far as trying to graduate school and trying to make the most of my situation. The team is doing great. The turnout has been good. We hope to see 100 percent turnout by the end of OTAs.
Source: KFFL.com
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle) said he won't change his approach to the game after his ankle surgery. He added that he doesn't recall when he injured it, but it wasn't 100 percent for a long time. He also said he consulted former RB Bo Jackson about dealing with injuries and rehab.
Source: KFFL.com
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle) remains in a walking boot about a month after ankle surgery. The team is hopeful Newton will be ready to go for training camp.
Source: KFFL.com
Bus Cook, agent for Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton, said he was not surprised when the team said they plan to pick up the fifth year option in Newton's contract. The team sides can continue to work on a contract extension.
Source: KFFL.com
Bus Cook, agent for Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle), said Newton is doing well in his rehab from offseason ankle surgery. Newton is expected to miss all of the offseason workouts but should be ready for training camp.
Source: KFFL.com
The Carolina Panthers are expected to use the fifth-year option to lock up QB Cam Newton through the 2015 season. The Panthers are unlikely to get to the fifth year of Newton's contract as they continue to try to sign him to a long-term deal.
Source: KFFL.com
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle) had been bothered by his ankle injury since his playing days in college, according to head coach Ron Rivera. Newton aggravated the injury in a Dec. 22 game against the New Orleans Saints last year.
Fantasy Impact: So maybe this surgery will be a good thing for Newton in the long run.
Source: KFFL.com
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle) had successful surgery to fix ligament damage in his left ankle Wednesday, March 19, and his full recovery process will take four months. Newton could be allowed to throw on a limited basis before that, however. ESPN's Stephania Bell said Newton's running shouldn't be affected by his surgery.
Fantasy Impact: We'll keep you posted on his recovery but this doesn't seem to be a huge deal for Newton.
Source: KFFL.com
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle) will have minor ankle surgery Wednesday, March 18. Ligaments in Newton's ankle had stretched out, and the procedure will tighten them.
Source: KFFL.com
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton said he would consider holding out this offseason if he does not receive a new contract. Newton said he believes he is a leader on the team and should be with the team.
Source: KFFL.com


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