The latest reports indicate that the former NFL MVP will come to New England to take the post as a starting quarterback.
Cam Newton reached an agreement to be the next starting quarterback for the New England Patriots, according to ESPN reports. In this way, the former Carolina Panthers will take the post that he left Tom brady when he decided to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the low season.
Newton, 31, who was the 2011 Draft first pick, was released by the Panthers in March, after spending nine seasons at Charlotte and shooting for 29,041 yards, 182 touchdowns and 108 interceptions. In addition, he won the MVP in the 2015 season, when he reached Super Bowl 50, where they lost to the Denver Broncos.
The Panthers managed to make the playoffs in four of the nine seasons with Newton with the team, but in recent years the quarterback has suffered with injuries.
In 2019, Newton played just two games before a broken foot forced him to watch the rest of the season from the outside.
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