Posts Tagged ‘Cam Newton’

Playbook: DT position should be Panthers’ top priority

Ron Rivera’s Carolina Panthers need to improve their run defense through this year’s draft.

Luck working on outside throws, says QB guru Whitfield

George Whitfield, who trained last year’s No. 1 pick Cam Newton, said Tuesday he had three sessions with former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, ESPN reported.

Could Cam Newton be a bust in 2012?

Is there a chance that Cam Newton could be a fantasy bust in 2012? Well, history suggests he’ll see a drop in at least one category.

Celebrity Beach Bowl merely a stage for Snoop Dogg

The sixth annual DirecTV Celebrity Beach Bowl became a coming-out party for the gloriously obscene Snoop Dogg, who took MVP honors in a 34-21 win for Team Palladia over Team Spike TV.

Lions fan wins Super Bowl trip, Stafford’s companionship

For the past 26 years, die-hard Lions fan John Tracy has watched from afar as Detroit endured one mind-boggling, train-wreck season after another. Sure, this season’s playoff run was a boost to Tracy’s psyche, but DIRECTV went one step farther, naming him America’s Ultimate Displaced Fan.

RG3, Newton together now on Radio Row, soon in the NFL

Robert Griffin III made the rounds at Radio Row on Friday, when he bumped into another Heisman Trophy winner.

Shaking hands with Schilling and other delights

I never figured I’d shake the hand of Curt Schilling. I really never figured I’d end up liking the guy, but it happened when the famed Red Sox hurler stopped by the “NFL.com Live” set, along with my cohorts, Dave Dameshek, Elliot Harrison and Jason Smith.

Newton: 2012 is a failure if Panthers not in playoff hunt

For a team that’s gone a combined 8-24 in the past two seasons, the Carolina Panthers sure are a confident bunch. Of course, that’s what happens when a player like Cam Newton bursts onto the scene.

Bettis as a Steeler, not a Ram? That’s crazy

Jerome Bettis and I are going to get into a fight one day if he keeps insisting he’s a Pittsburgh Steeler, not a Los Angeles Ram.

Marshall steals the show

A few observations after the AFC ran away with the 2012 Pro Bowl, 59-41:

NFC keeps things light — and tricky — on Ohana Day

While the AFC continued to keep things strictly business, the NFC again toyed with various offensive alignments and formations on their final day of Pro Bowl preparation.

Scam Newton? NFC might or might not have a secret weapon

Cam Newton and his teammates were having a little fun at the NFC’s Thursday practice, first sending out the rookie QB to return an Andy Lee punt, then lining the Panthers wide to catch a deep pass from Aaron Rodgers.

Panthers WR Smith flies teammates to Hawaii

The Panthers are well represented in Honolulu. Cam Newton, Steve Smith and Ryan Kalil are here, and Smith decided to fly out his fellow wide receivers as well.

It takes all kinds

NFL.com’s Jeff Darlington takes a look at the different mix of personalities participating in this year’s game, as evidenced by the three quarterbacks oin the NFC’s roster.

Rodgers vs. Foster: Who should be No. 1?

With the 2011 fantasy football season in the rear view mirror, Jason Smith looks at who could be the top fantasy pick in 2012. The answer isn’t as simple as you’d think.

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