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Cam Newton has holdout written all over him

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Big deal. He has a cheap suit on it's not like he's been raised with money around him. Like Luck or Clausen.

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lololololololololololol

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that's only his head. not ALL of him silly.

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Can't post the neckid ones....:D

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if there is a rookie cap there won't be a holdout.

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There will be a rookie cap this year? If there is a this year.

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I can only hope his father, Cecil will be the one negotiating his contract wherever he ends up. That would entertain me very much.

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I can only hope his father, Cecil will be the one negotiating his contract wherever he ends up. That would entertain me very much.

There wont be a rookie cap in 2011, if the CBA is done, the rookie cap (if it happens) will start in..........2012!!! As for the holdout, i think he will want more money than Stafford and Bradford which means he will likely get 80 million dollars.

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There will be a rookie cap this year? If there is a this year.

from what i can tell there will be.

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