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Why would Cam Newton want to stay here?

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Because we gave him a chance when the whole world had labeled him a bust.

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so what you are saying if newton contract was up and the 2009 vikings paid him the money they paid brett favre, he would then leave.......i can respect dat.

still probably wont happen doe. peace.

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These threads will go away once the team makes the playoffs.

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I think Cam will be in the same boat as Lebought James. He will try to be the center piece of a championship team and if that doesn't happen, he'll look to jump to a contender. Nothing against Carolina or anything like that...but pro athletes that are good and know they are good...they want to win too.

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Answer is easy.

Cam Newton plays in no one cares about us Carolina. His every move is still under a microscope. I think Cam farted...let's now discuss this on ESPN for two days and talk about how his fart was a symbol of how he feels about the backup punter. He is a monster!!!

Put Cam in a market people naturally follow....and his life will be an utter hell unless he is in the mix for a Superbowl each year.

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Cam has always talked about how he wants to be great. We don't have poo for players around him and we won't be able to get any with our cap situation. It has ruined us for the next 2 seasons leading up to the end of his contract.

Why would he want to sign a contract with a team that isn't able to get any better? I sure hope the next two years of draft picks pan out because that's our only way of acquiring players.

He doesn't have to WANT to stay here at the end of the day we won't give him the choice and he would get TAGGED.

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I salivate over the absurd amount of draft picks it would take to pry a franchised Cam Newton from Don Gettleman.

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If I were a professional athlete playing in a city with poo poor fans like yourself.....I would probably leave too.

God how the Huddle has reached an all time low.

We now make the Falcon, Bucs, and Saints boards look fantastic.

I used to think the saints board was bad or even the Vick era falcons board...

But I'll be damned if the level of moronic bandwagon fans hasn't destroyed all intellectual football conversation on here.....

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Cam has a chance to start a legacy here. To be a franchises first true franchise QB and superbowl winner. There's a lot of pride a player would take it that. We are also going to pay him a retarded amount of money. This franchise has also shown that it's willing to do whatever it takes to give Cam what he needs to succeed. We are building a team to fit him.

Also, this has to do with the legacy thing but Cam has the opportunity to flip the Carolina Panthers into one of the trendiest teams in the league if he succeeds. We would become the hornets of the NFL.

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