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  • Panthers' Cam Newton says he has no regrets about presser

    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said Tuesday that he has no regrets for how he handled the Super Bowl news conference, where he mostly said one-word answers and walked off after about three minutes. After his comments, his teammates cheered him.

Panthers' Cam Newton says he has no regrets about presser

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said Tuesday that he has no regrets for how he handled the Super Bowl news conference, where he mostly said one-word answers and walked off after about three minutes. After his comments, his teammates cheered him.
T. Ortega Gaines Charlotte Observer