The former NFL MVP will step in to fill the void left by Tom Brady, who joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during his free agency. Reportedly reaching an incentive-laden agreement that would see Newton become the Pats new starting signal-caller. Sources note The Patriots saw Newton as a low-risk, high-reward situation, considering his health, contract terms and their need for a new quarterback.
Released by the Carolina Panthers after serving as their franchise quarterback, Cam Newton is reportedly in rehab from foot surgery but passed his physical, with both his shoulder and foot “checking out well.” The 2015 NFL MVP has passed a total of 29,041 yards with 182 touchdowns, 108 interceptions, rushed for 4,806 yards and 58 touchdowns.
Stay tuned for more details regarding Cam Newton’s move to join Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots squad.
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