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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.
01/02/17 - QB Cam Newton missed on a two-point conversion attempt with 17 seconds left as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers held on for a 17-16 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. Newton nearly pulled off the comeback, twice converting on fourth down inside the Buccaneers' 20-yard line in the final two minutes, before he threw a 5-yard touchdown to Kelvin Benjamin.
01/02/17 - QB Cam Newton fell 130 yards short of passing Peyton Manning's record (25,467) for most total yards in a player's first six seasons. The 2015 NFL MVP set career lows in completions per game, completion percentage and passer rating. He also used his legs less, rushing for 180 yards fewer than his previous low in 2014 when he was coming off ankle surgery and dealing with broken ribs.
12/29/16 - QB Cam Newton sat out of practice on Thursday due to a shoulder injury. Newton is expected to play for Carolina (6-9) in the season finale against the host Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-7) on Sunday