ESPN.com "What does the six-year extension Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill signed Monday mean for Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton? Not a lot other than the parameters for the new quarterback market became a little clearer. Tannehill's deal reportedly is for $96 million with $45..." May 19
Gamedayr "Cam Newton led the Carolina Panthers to the playoffs last year in spite of finishing 7-8-1. Try not to focus so much on the fact the NFC South was awful last year but more on the fact that Newton took his team to the postseason. Newton has come a long way since his computer-stealing days at the..." May 11
NFL.com "Ron Rivera was posed an interesting question on Wednesday about his franchise quarterback, one that could eventually set free agency afire and give us a new record for highest paid offensive player. What if Cam Newton, a quarterback with marketing interests elsewhere, simply wanted to let his..." March 25
Sportsnaut "Charlotte Police Department spokesperson Rob Tufano reports that Carolina Panthers’ quarterback Cam Newton is “not a person of interest” in a shooting at Label night club that occurred last Saturday night. WSOC-TV in Charlotte posted photos and videos on Tuesday evening that showed Newton on..." March 05
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was on a Charlotte nightclub stage seconds before shots were fired that injured two people last week. In a report by WSOC-TV, Newton is shown on stage with rapper Young Jeezy on Saturday evening in the moments before someone fired shots at Label..." March 04
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman has exhausted every way he knows how to say Cam Newton is the team’s franchise quarterback. The third-year GM won’t get into contract specifics, but Wednesday he told the Observer he believes Newton’s long-term future will be in Charlotte. “We..." January 22
NFL.com "Cam Newton will start for the Panthers on Sunday. Just two weeks after walking away from a massive car accident in Charlotte and sustaining a pair of transverse process fractures in his back, the Pro Bowl quarterback will return to the field against the Browns in a make-or-break game at Bank of..." December 20
Charlotte Observer "If the Carolina Panthers are to stay alive another week in the NFC South playoff race, it likely will be with their franchise quarterback behind center. Barring any physical setbacks over the next couple of days, Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Cam Newton is on target to start Sunday’s game..." December 19
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton returned to the practice field Wednesday for the first time since sustaining two fractures in his lower back during a two-car accident last week in Charlotte. Backup quarterback Derek Anderson received more reps than Newton during the 30-minute portion..." December 17
Pro Football Talk "It wasn’t the prettiest outing you’ll ever see, but the Panthers got the win they needed against the Buccaneers on Sunday. They now have a 5-8-1 record and control of first place in the NFC South pending the result of the Saints’ Monday night game in Chicago, a result that looks all the better..." December 15
Deadspin.com "Cam Newton left the hospital with his parents yesterday, nearly 24 hours after a scary two-car crash that flipped his truck. Newton was stiff and sore with two small fractures in his back, a Panthers spokesperson said, but "his spirits were high." Charlotte-Mecklenburg police released their..." December 11
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is likely to miss this week's game against Tampa Bay after sustaining two fractures in his lower back during a two-car accident Tuesday afternoon a block from Bank of America Stadium. Panthers spokesman Charlie Dayton said tests revealed two transverse..." December 10
Charlotte Observer "Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was released from Carolinas Medical Center around 11:15 a.m. Wednesday after spending nearly 22 hours in the hospital. Newton, who was involved in a two-car collision less than two blocks from Bank of America Stadium on Tuesday afternoon, suffered a fractured..." December 10
Cam Newton is in fair condition and undergoing tests at Carolinas Medical Center and will remain there overnight for observation.
To follow up that last tweet: @WBTV_News reporting no major injuries for Cam Newton.
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was taken by ambulance to a hospital at 12:50 p.m. Tuesday after a truck crashed and overturned on the Church Street bridge over Interstate 277. Newton, lying prone in black workout clothes, was treated on a sidewalk along the bridge for at least 20..." December 09
Charlotte Observer "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was in fair condition at Carolinas Medical Center on Tuesday after his truck crashed and overturned on the Church Street bridge over Interstate 277. Newton, lying on a sidewalk in black workout clothes, was treated on the bridge for at least 20 minutes..." December 09
Further testing revealed that Cam Newton has two transverse process fractures in his lower back and no further internal injuries.
Fox Sports "It's been a strange day for NFL players on social media. First, Steelers safety Mike Mitchell got into a spat with some silly fans, and now Cam Newton has been thrown into mix. Someone with too much time on their hands hacked Newton's Twitter account on Tuesday and started sending out some..." November 19
Fox Sports Carolinas "It's been the prevailing sports-talk question in Charlotte and throughout the nation this week: What's wrong with Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton after he, and the entire team, put forth a lackluster performance against Philadelphia? Newton looked bad throwing the ball against the..." November 13
Pro Football Talk "Football coaches like to say there’s a difference between being hurt and being injured. That distinction is apparently what Panthers coach Ron Rivera was making when he said on Tuesday that Cam Newton isn’t injured. Newton, who has battled rib and ankle injuries this year and now reportedly has..." November 13
Fox Sports Carolinas "When it was revealed back in March that Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was going to have an ankle surgically repaired by tightening up the ligaments, the first question fans and media alike wanted to know was whether or not it would change the way he plays. In other words, would Newton..." October 16
Charlotte Observer "With the Cincinnati Bengals holding the fourth pick in the 2011 draft, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis spent a lot of time scouting Cam Newton. Lewis was part of a Bengals contingent that traveled to Auburn to sit down with the Tigers’ quarterback, and he hosted Newton when he visited Cincinnati..." October 09
Fox Sports Carolinas "It was difficult to tell what annoyed Cam Newton more during his weekly press conference Wednesday afternoon, the questions about sitting out next week or the fact that his cracked rib and surgically repaired ankle have yet to fully heal. Newton was benched before the start of the Carolina..." September 10
NFL.com "At this time last week, Cam Newton and Ron Rivera both expressed certainty that a rib injury would not prevent the Carolina Panthers' quarterback from starting versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the season opener. After rib soreness caused Newton to miss Wednesday's practice, that certainty has..." September 04
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, who suffered a hairline fracture to his ribs, said Wednesday he'll be ready to start Week 1 of the regular season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Newton was injured during Friday night's 30-7 preseason loss at New England. He will not play in Thursday..." August 27
Fox Sports Carolinas "With the weather expected to be nasty and still sort of recovering from his offseason ankle surgery, Carolina Panthers star quarterback Cam Newton watched his team's first preseason game in warmups from the sidelines Friday night. Newton sitting against the Buffalo Bills wasn't altogether..." August 12
"@daverichard: what kind of year do you think Cam has statistically? His rushing has declined every year so far."<expect trend to continue
Charlotte Observer "Cam Newton’s participation in Friday night’s exhibition against the Bills is still undetermined, and Carolina’s starting quarterback may not play at all. Panthers coach Ron Rivera said he, the doctors, the training staff and Newton have not sat down to make a plan for Newton’s playing time on..." August 05
Gettleman: Cam Newton has been fully cleared.
NFL.com "Cam Newton's recovery from ankle surgery has gone well by all accounts. With training camp starting this week, we'll get to see how close he is to Full Newton. The Charlotte Observer notes that Newton was throwing to receivers last week in Greensboro, North Carolina, but he was limited in his..." July 20
ESPN.com "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton participated in seven-on-seven drills Thursday for the first time since undergoing surgery on his left ankle in March. That put the two-time Pro Bowl selection about a month ahead of schedule on his rehabilitation, which initially was supposed to keep..." June 20
NFL.com "Colin Kaepernick's unusual deal with the San Francisco 49ers continues to have reverberations across the NFL landscape. That includes the Cam Newton camp. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday on NFL Total Access that Kaepernick's contract -- a pact that includes just $13 million in..." June 11
Charlotte Observer "When reports on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s contract extension first broke Wednesday, many viewed it as a logical starting point in the Carolina Panthers’ negotiations with Cam Newton on a new deal. To that the Panthers’ front office might reply, “bring it..." June 07
Cam Newton said via Instram photo he's out of his walking boot and ready for rehab. So there's some good news, Panthers fans.
ESPN.com "Coach Ron Rivera says it's more important for the Carolina Panthers to find a player to protect Cam Newton than to give his franchise quarterback another weapon. That's as close as Rivera or general manager Dave Gettleman came on Tuesday to hinting what the Panthers may do with the 28th pick of..." April 29
The Panthers have exercised their fifth-year option on QB Cam Newton. He's under contract thru 2015 now.
Newton: The ankle is great. The boot is just for precautionary reasons.
Charlotte Observer "Bus Cook, the agent for South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, took a break from his Clowney dealings Wednesday after the Gamecocks’ pro day to discuss another client – Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. Cook was asked about Newton’s recent ankle surgery and the Panthers’..." April 04
Charlotte Observer "While reiterating that Cam Newton remains the Panthers' franchise quarterback, general manager Dave Gettleman said the team will use the fifth-year club option to keep Newton under contract through at least 2015. Newton, the first No. 1 pick to sign under the new collective bargaining..." March 25
Charlotte Observer "When Cam Newton started running and working out at Auburn a few weeks ago, the Panthers' franchise quarterback was still experiencing pain in his left ankle. Newton had lingering pain in the ankle in previous offseasons, but it would dissipate through rest and rehab. This time the pain..." March 24
Panthers say Cam Newton’s surgery went well: “Dr. Anderson did not find anything unexpected in the procedure and the surgery went well”
Pro Football Talk "The Panthers don’t have any receivers to throw to at the moment, so it’s probably not that big of a deal the quarterback will be on the shelf for a few months. The team announced that Cam Newton would have ankle surgery tomorrow in Charlotte, and will need four months of recovery time. “The..." March 18
Pro Football Talk "The Panthers have made it clear Cam Newton’s their franchise quarterback. And even though there’s nothing new on the contract that will keep him there for the long-term, he’s not even thinking about putting pressure on them to do so sooner. Newton, appearing with our own Mike Florio on the..." February 17
Pro Football Talk "The ultimate reality show has found a way to inject a little manufactured drama into a game that otherwise doesn’t have much of it, artificial or otherwise. According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, the team captained by Deion Sanders and coached by Chuck Pagano has opted to give..." January 26
Pro Football Talk "Panthers General Manager Dave Gettleman created a local stir in Charlotte when asked in the preseason about the future of Cam Newton, pausing before saying “But now it’s time to win.” Asked after a 12-4 regular season, Gettleman made sure there was no hesitation. “Yes, no seven-second..." January 14
Charlotte Observer "The toe injury sustained by Panthers quarterback Cam Newton against the Jets on Sunday was "not that big a deal," Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Monday. Newton injured his toe at the end of a 7-yard scramble on the Panthers' final offensive play of the first half, and was taken into the locker..." December 16