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Panthers QB Cam Newton plans to have foot surgery

Panthers QB Cam Newton plans to have foot surgery Panthers QB Cam Newton plans to have foot surgery
Cary Erickson | 04 December, 2019, 22:08

He also implied that the new head coach would have a say in Newton's future.

With Cam Newton's status with the Carolina Panthers in doubt, the New Orleans Saints are just the latest team to be linked to the quarterback.

Wednesday morning, Rivera met with the Carolina media - an unusual move for a coach just fired, which speaks to his standing within the organization even though owner David Tepper decided it was time to choose his own coach.

"The wildcard here is New Orleans", Fowler noted on ESPN Daily.

"I believe that my job is more than about being on the football field and trying to direct things", said Rivera.

What do you think about the decision? . And so, they have kind of experimented a little bit with that with Taysom Hill as a result.

The real question is, which team is going to land him?

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Earlier accounts of the incident suggested that Lukasz had prodded Khan with a narwhal tusk that had been ripped from the wall of the hall.

The Panthers seem interest in offensive minds and coaches who are willing to embrace analytics.

After weeks of being on the hot seat, the Carolina Panthers chose to let Ron Rivera go leading up to NFL Week 14, showing just how rough this season has turned out for his former team.

Cam Newton will finally undergo surgery on his injured left foot, according to Tiffany Blackmon at NFL Network. He has one year remaining on his contract and will count for about $21 million against the 2020 salary cap.

And make no mistake: Rivera absolutely won it. "This one hurt deep".

"Will be forever grateful because of the impact you had on my life..."

For the next owner thinking of giving Rivera another shot to coach in the National Football League, weighing his leadership and character against his role in those missed opportunities will be the pivotal calculus in whether he's coaching again in 2020. I really can't tell you why it was a good fit - I can tell you now, but back then, I couldn't. "That's why you're having more people go that way". Newton noted on Instagram.

In two games this season, Newton completed 56.2 percent of his passes for 572 yards and one interception.