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You never really appreciate how big Cam is until

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is peppers checking out cam's package?...maybe its true about pep..

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Cam was massive when I met him a month or so ago. He's huge on TV but in person the only thing I kept thinking was 'Imagine trying to tackle him while he is running full speed and lowering his shoulder.'

I'm glad he's my QB of the future.

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is peppers checking out cam's package?...maybe its true about pep..

Peppers is actually looking at the kid in the shot that Cam is blocking.

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Cam was massive when I met him a month or so ago. He's huge on TV but in person the only thing I kept thinking was 'Imagine trying to tackle him while he is running full speed and lowering his shoulder.'

I'm glad he's my QB of the future.

I wonder how many players lives have flashed before their eyes. . .

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His legs are bigger than Peppers. o_O

LOL @ everyone clamoring over Kaepernick as this big, powerful running QB. He has twig legs like RG3.

Cam Newton is one of a kind. Period.

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It also makes you appreciate Julius' elusiveness. Cam would look goofy as hell coming out of a 3 point stance as hard as he could.

Cam is a little bigger i would say though.

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Look at Cam's legs compared to Peppers legs... WOW!

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