Cam Newton says ‘Farewell Carolina, Hello New England’

Tanya Simon
June 30, 2020

"It will be interesting to see how it all plays out".

Cam Newton has plenty to prove now that he has signed a one-year deal with the New England Patriots, but how he performs with his new team will depend largely upon his health.

Newton, 31, signed with the Patriots after spending the first nine seasons of his career with the Carolina Panthers. And one former National Football League player says Newton also brings something else: a shot at another Lombardi Trophy. But let us keep you up to date with the Bills news, just outside the Bills' realm.

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So does the Newton deal make the Patriots an obvious choice to win the AFC East yet again? The 2015 NFL MVP will compete with fellow Patriots quarterbacks Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer after struggling with injuries in each of the last two seasons.

In addition to the Lisfranc injury he suffered previous year, Newton also had shoulder issues in 2018.

With Newton-to-New England now a reality a month later, Tolbert on Monday expanded on his prediction and why he thinks the brash and colorful Newton will get along with the stodgy Belichick in what - on paper - appears to be an odd-couple pairing. He struggled against the Broncos defense in Super Bowl 50, completing just 18-of-41 passes for 265 yards and three turnovers (one interception, two fumbles) en route to a 24-10 defeat.

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