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Will Cam Newton be a team captain in 2013?

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I say yes for Cam and no for Luke, but only be ause Beason and TD are both multi year caps. I think it's important to have CJ as a cap, he was a different guy vocally once he got that "C" on his chest. The DLine is the staple of our D, so going forward I think CJ should remain a cap.

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Will Cam be a captain? Most definitely. The training wheels are off now. The torch has been passed. Whatever cliche you want to use... It's his turn to step up and be one of the leaders of this team, his team.

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CJ, Keek, Cam and TD.....I love Beason and i know he is a great leader, but this is the future. We need new vocal leaders who can relate to the younger guys. Keek earned the "C" last year. He is the QB of the defense.

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If Cam isn't named Captain this year, the media will make a big deal out of it, so for his sake I hope he is.

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I'd agree that CJ should be a captain. I noticed once he got that 'C' on his chest he was much more vocal and an inspiration on defense. I think he needs that title to keep the defensive line fired up and playing to their ability.

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Not tryin to start any bashing at all. But you have to learn to be a leader before you should be named captian. He mabe on his way but he's not there yet. you have to be careful what you say about cam here.

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Nope he has not seen "the light" yet. LOL

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Maybe, but who cares

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