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12/17/14 - QB Cam Newton was limited in his first practice since he broke two bones in his back last week. His status for Sunday is very much up in the air.
12/14/14 - QB Cam Newton was injured in an automobile accident Tuesday, just two days after one of his finest games of the season in a rout of New Orleans. The back injury that resulted from the wreck gave the fourth-year quarterback a new perspective. It also made him instantly more popular because of concerns about his health. He was on the sideline for the game against Tampa Bay after he and the offense heard boos in the previous home game in a loss to Atlanta. The team announced that Newton could play next week against Cleveland, but his status continues to be evaluated.
12/10/14 - QB Cam Newton did not practice Wednesday after he suffered two transverse process fractures in his lower back in a car accident on Tuesday. Backup Derek Anderson will start against the Bucs.
12/09/14 - QB Cam Newton was hospitalized in fair condition after he was involved in an auto accident on Tuesday afternoon in Charlotte, N.C.
Newton's pickup truck overturned during a crash on the Church Street bridge over I-277 near Bank of America Stadium about 12:30 p.m. with a second car. Ambulances were called to the scene and the street was closed to traffic.
Newton remained conscious at the site. Pictures showed Newton smiling while being treated before he was strapped to a stretcher and placed in an ambulance.
"Cam Newton is in fair condition and undergoing tests at Carolinas Medical Center and will remain there overnight for observation," the Panthers said in a statement released Tuesday afternoon.
ESPN reported that Newton had scrapes and bruises but no fractures or serious injuries.
Police are investigating the cause of the crash.
The 25-year-old Newton has passed for 2,800 yards this season with 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions for the Panthers (4-8-1). He has an additional 425 yards and three rushing touchdowns.
Last Sunday in the Panthers' 41-10 win over the New Orleans Saints, Newton threw three touchdown passes.
12/08/14 - QB Cam Newton had his fourth career game with at least 200 passing yards, multiple touchdown passes, 80 rushing yards and a touchdown run. His four such games are the most in NFL history.