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06/26/17 - QB Cam Newton is throwing again for the first time since undergoing offseason surgery to repair a partially torn rotator cuff in his right throwing shoulder. The Panthers posted a video on the team website to document an update on Newton's recovery. He threw 45 passes to head trainer Ryan Vermillion in the locker room in sets of 15 throws. "Obviously, it's still not 100 percent, but seeing the ball come out of my hand in a throwing motion was good," Newton told the website. "When I say it's not 100 percent, I'm noting the range-of-motion part. Like if you sleep with your legs hanging off your bed the whole night, you're going to wake up and be super stiff. Or like sitting on your hands, or sitting in an awkward position and finally getting up and moving -- that's how I feel."
06/05/17 - QB Cam Newton will start throwing next week during the Panthers' three-day minicamp for the first time since undergoing shoulder surgery.
Coach Ron Rivera said Newton is ahead of schedule on rehabbing from shoulder surgery in March.
"He is ahead of schedule," Rivera told reporters following Monday's voluntary workout. "We're not putting him ahead of schedule. He's doing all the band-work, all the stretching, all the rehab he's supposed to."
Newton underwent surgery on March 30 to repair a partially torn rotator cuff that was expected to require a four-month rehab process.
06/05/17 - QB Cam Newton is on pace with his rehabilitation following shoulder surgery. It's expected that he'll throw, though perhaps off on the side, during minicamp, coach Ron Rivera said.
03/30/17 - QB Cam Newton underwent successful surgery to repair a partially torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder on Thursday. Newton won't be cleared to throw a football for at least 12 weeks and will be unable to throw during team drills for at least 16 weeks, according to the rehabilitation plan disclosed by the Panthers. "Dr. (Pat) Connor was pleased with the results of the surgery and Cam is at home resting," Panthers trainer Ryan Vermillion said on the team's website. "He will begin his rehab program Monday."
03/21/17 - QB Cam Newton will undergo surgery to repair a partially torn rotator cuff next Thursday, but is expected to be ready for training camp. Panthers head team physician Dr. Pat Connor will perform the surgery at Carolina Medical Center. Newton sustained the injury during the Panthers' Week 14 game against the Chargers.
As a result, Newton will not participate in OTAs and is expected to start an early throwing program 12 weeks after the surgery, while resuming throwing to the team at 16 weeks.