Former NFL MVP Cam Newton signs with the New England Patriots

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The New England Patriots have reportedly reached an agreement with former National Football League MVP Cam Newton.
The former Carolina Panthers quarterback will now step into the mix to compete for the chance to replace former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who left to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in free agency.

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Newton is signing a one-year deal with New England, sources saying the bare minimum deal with Newton has been quietly in the works. The deal is worth up to $7.5 million.
The first overall pick of the 2011 draft, Newton became a free agent after the rebuilding Carolina Panthers released him on March 24 with one year left on his contract.
Despite his impressive body of work, Newton remained unsigned for three months thanks largely to uncertainty over his health.

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A surgically repaired throwing shoulder and a Lisfranc fracture in his left foot limited Newton to just two games in 2019. Based on the many workout videos he has posted on his social media platforms this offseason, Newton appears to have recovered. But because of the coronavirus restrictions that forced the closing of NFL facilities, teams were unable to host the quarterback and have him take a physical to confirm that his shoulder and foot were indeed structurally sound.

Now, the question is who will take over as Brady’s successor in 2020. Will it be the inexperienced Stidham, or will it be the proven, albeit injury-prone, veteran Newton?

Either way, Patriots training camp just got a whole lot more interesting.

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