Cam Newton

Cam Newton Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'5" / 245 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
May 11, 1989 (31)
Experience
10th Season
Drafted
2011 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 1 (CAR)
College
Auburn

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Cam Newton News

Patriots Deal With Cam Newton Is Heavily Incentive-Based

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton is back in the NFL after signing a deal that guarantees him $500,000 in 2020. It include a $1.05 million base salary with $700,000 in per-game roster bonuses that could cap at $7.5 million. There is $5.75 million worth of incentives in this contract. This deal is truly a low-risk 'prove it' deal for Newton who has been injured each of the last two seasons. Head coach Bill Belichick has not named Newton the starter, but he is expected to beat out Jarrett Stidham for the starting role. Newton's fantasy value will solely depend on his health. The Pats offense is not stacked, but Newton could have decent fantasy value, assuming he's back to the player he was a few years ago.

Jul. 2nd • 11:46 AM
Cam Newton, Mohamed Sanu Working Out Together

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton is wasting no time getting to know his new teammates. Newton is reportedly already working out with his new wide receiver Mohamed Sanu Sr. this offseason. Both players missed time last season due to injuries, but are ready to bounce back in 2020. Newton offers MVP-caliber upside while Sanu will be key to the Pats receiving corps. Staying on the field and remaining healthy is going to be the key for both players this upcoming season. It's nice to them getting reps together before training camp so they can develop some chemistry. Sanu should be the No. 2 receiver behind Julian Edelman, which means there should be plenty of upside for him next season.

Jul. 1st • 12:39 PM
Ron Rivera Believes Cam Newton Is Ready To Bust Out

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton could very well surprise us all during the 2020 season, according to former Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera. "Don't bet against him," Rivera said. "I really wouldn't." Rivera and Newton have been together since Newton entered the league in 2011. Everyone knows Newton has been sidelined by injuries the last few seasons, but Rivera does believe anyone should count him out just yet. "I mean, he's probably about as healthy as it gets from what I've seen on video. I think he's ready to bust out," says Rivera. The former Panthers coach won't be alongside Newton this time as he has taken over as the head coach of the Washington Redskins. However, Rivera believes Newton can recreate himself in New England. It remains to be seen what will happen with Newton in New England, but if healthy Newton could end up having success in 2020.

Jun. 30th • 9:10 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Cam Newton
Jarrett Stidham
RB James White
Sony Michel
LWR Julian Edelman
Jakobi Meyers
RWR N'Keal Harry
Marqise Lee
SWR Mohamed Sanu Sr.
Damiere Byrd
TE Devin Asiasi
Matt LaCosse
LT Isaiah Wynn
Yodny Cajuste
LG Joe Thuney
Jermaine Eluemunor
C David Andrews
Dustin Woodard
RG Shaq Mason
Michael Onwenu
RT Marcus Cannon
Korey Cunningham
LDE Lawrence Guy
Deatrich Wise Jr.
DT Beau Allen
Adam Butler
RDE John Simon
Chase Winovich
LB Shilique Calhoun
Dont'a Hightower
Ja'Whaun Bentley
Brandon Copeland
Josh Uche
Terez Hall
Anfernee Jennings
LCB Jason McCourty
J.C. Jackson
FS Patrick Chung
Terrence Brooks
SS Devin McCourty
Adrian Phillips
RCB Stephon Gilmore
Jonathan Jones
K Justin Rohrwasser