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Cam Newton & Scrutiny

May 2, 2011 by staff 

Cam Newton & Scrutiny, Now that the project is over and Cam Newton can put all the control of pre-draft behind him, acknowledges that questions about his ability to learn and execute the responsibilities of the quarterback in a playbook of the NFL are ” one thing that offends. “

That’s what Newton said in an interview on ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike in the Morning, which comes across as angry that their ability to play the quarterback position has been questioned. In particular, Newton said, is bothered by people saying that his career was helped Auburn because “our offense is so simple, and can not handle a violation of the NFL, which requires players to learn a new language practically to call the plays.

“You can not blame me for not having a long work in Auburn,” said Newton. “There was a great success we had in Auburn with no long works.”

At the University of Newton lined the gun and made many plays with his feet as he did with his arm, but Newton does not like the idea that he prefers to run. Instead, Newton says, prefers to move the chains but it can.

“Many people look at my game and say,” He likes to run. “Well, obviously, I want to move the football,” said Newton. “I go through my progression as a whole. Not that I sit back there and get anxious and run.”

Newton said he met with the coaches of the Panthers “very soon”, but due to the blockade had to cut our meeting was short. ”

And Newton said that not only got a playbook, but “I’m looking at right now as we speak.”

“I’m working out, what I was doing before the project,” said Newton. “I really do not know when the blockade be lifted, but I can not sit on the couch and say I do not know what to do. I have a lot of things I can do, like exercise, and No. 1 is to look at the playbook. “

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