Former Safety for the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers turned SEC Network Analyst Roman Harper joined Kyle Bailey today on the Clubhouse as he reacted to the Panthers bringing back Cam Newton, and what it could mean. Roman first looked at how this will impact the people already in the locker room as he […]

Panthers legendary WR turned hall of honor member, as well as NFL Network Analyst Steve Smith, joined Kyle Bailey today on the Clubhouse as he reacted to the breaking news that Cam Newton is back with the Panthers. Steve started right off the bat by saying they have increased their chances of winning with this […]

It's something that even some of the best Hollywood scriptwriters could never have imagined, but according to Jonathan Alexander, who joined the Wilson and Norfleet Show earlier today on Sports Radio FNZ, Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers have agreed to a deal to bring him back to the city where he started his NFL career. Newton, 32, returns to the team that he played the first nine years of his NFL career with and a place where he threw for 29,041 yards and 182 touchdowns and ran for 4,806 yards and 58 touchdowns before being released prior to last season. Newton, the former league MVP back in 2015, holds a 68-55-1 career record with the Panthers, including fifteen wins and a Super Bowl appearance in that 2015 season.

Panthers fans found out early this morning that they will open at home against the New York Jets in Week One, pitting newly-acquired QB Sam Darnold against his former team to begin the season. The season highlights include Cam Newton's return to Charlotte in Week Nine when the Patriots come to town, and also a second straight season pitted against former Panthers coach Ron Rivera and the Washington Football Team in Week 11.

NFL Quarterback, 2015 league MVP, Three-Time Pro-Bowler Cam Newton celebrate his 32 birthday today (May 11). Newton, The New England Patriots quarterback is a household name around the league. Also known as Superman brought his former team to the Super Bowl and put together an unforgettable 2015 NFL season. Don’t forget to mention his pre-game […]


Newton, 31, showed a strong interest in returning to New England after signing a lesser deal before the start of last season. He was cut by the Carolina Panthers in 2020 before heading to New England, signing a 1-year, $7.5 million deal. He threw for 2,657 yards with 8 touchdowns and 10 interceptions last season.

Each season comes with new expectations and this year those expectations are higher than Hornet fans are used to. Can rookie Lamelo Ball become the biggest sports star in the city? He just bought Cam Newtons old condo, maybe he can take over Cam's place as the premiere athlete in the city.