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John Fox thinks we pass on Cam Newton

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Just saw it on NFL Network. He said, "I know Hurney, and I am not sold he will take Cam Newton. I think they will take Dareus". This would explain why the Broncos are looking for trade down options.. they don't think Dareus will be on the board. Anyways, thought that was interesting to hear Fox's take.

Fox is more knowledgable about our team needs than anyone.

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This makes me think we will take Newton.

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THURSDAY!!!!! PLEASE Come now..... This day has been crazy

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This makes me think we will take Newton.

How so?

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Why does he keep commenting on a Team he no longer coaches?

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He might also be publicly calling Marty's bluff...

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Why does he keep commenting on a Team he no longer coaches?

I would assume that if he's asked a question, he answers it... and since it's not the team he's coaching, he can answer honestly. :D

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