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10/17/16 - QB Cam Newton passed Jake Delhomme (19,258) on Sunday for most passing yards in franchise history. Newton also tied DeAngelo Williams (46) for most rushing touchdowns in franchise history.
10/16/16 - QB Cam Newton went 27 of 47 for 322 yards and two scores Sunday in a loss at New Orleans. Newton did not show any ill effects of the concussion he suffered in Week 4 against Atlanta. Although he did not run at all in the first half -- only the third time that has happened in his career -- he did run for the tying touchdown late in the game and took several more hits. "Cam was not limited at all in his mobility," coach Ron Rivera said. "I thought he made some really good decisions. We scored 38 points. When you score 38 points, you need to give yourself more of a chance to win."
10/15/16 - QB Cam Newton officially was cleared from the league's concussion protocol by an independent physician, the Carolina Panthers announced on Saturday. Barring any setbacks, Newton will return from a one-game absence on Sunday as the slumping Panthers (1-4) face the New Orleans Saints (1-3). Newton was a full participant in practice on Thursday and Friday.
10/14/16 - QB Cam Newton, officially listed as questionable, will start the Carolina Panthers' Sunday game at New Orleans barring a setback in the concussion protocol.
Coach Ron Rivera told reporters Friday that the reigning MVP still has to get final clearance from an independent physician. Newton is expected to meet with the independent physician later Friday. Newton was a full participant in practice the past two days. Newton, who sat out the Panthers' 17-14 home loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night due to repercussions from the concussion he sustained in a Week 4 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, returned to practice Wednesday in a limited role.
10/12/16 - QB Cam Newton (concussion) was back at practice Wednesday, although he was limited. He is expected to be cleared in time to face the Saints.
In the Panthers' current three-game win streak against the Saints, Newton has thrown for 872 yards while accounting for 12 touchdowns and just one interception. He also received help from the backfield. The past three times Jonathan Stewart played New Orleans, the running back averaged 5.9 yards per carry while totaling 320 yards and two touchdowns.