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Everything we know about Cam's reaggravated ankle

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Looks like lil' ankie ain't doing well..

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Five days after reporters were told by Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera not to worry about franchise quarterback Cam Newton’s foot, Newton missed practice because he re-aggravated the left foot he sprained in Week 3 of the preseason during the loss Thursday night to Tampa Bay.

General manager Marty Hurney confirmed the injury after the practice gates closed with no Newton present on Tuesday morning.

“He’s in the training room, rehabbing,” said Hurney, who added that he did not know the play on which Newton was injured.

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1 minute ago, Jon Snow said:

Spam most likely.

Nah. It's Rodrigue in The Athletic.

I can quote some, but obviously not the majority of the article.

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

Nah. It's Rodrigue in The Athletic.

I can quote some, but obviously not the majority of the article.

Don't subscribe so I'll just have to read the cliff notes here in the huddle.

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Basically, the most important point of it is that it was Newton who informed them that the injury was "reaggravated".

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https://theriotreport.com/cam-newtons-misses-practice-status-unclear-for-sundays-game-vs-cardinals/?fbclid=IwAR2kZela7R8S_qLXeeo7YGytPsrtNS_DHwu8xpIeQFL3I2zfTMZ0CF5KYlQ

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Cam Newton missed Tuesday’s practice as he reaggravated the same foot he injured during the Panthers’ Week 3 preseason game against the New England Patriots. General Manager Marty Hurney talked to a small group of reporters outside of Panthers practice on Tuesday morning and let them know that Newton was rehabbing inside the facility as opposed to attending practice.

“We are going to take it day-to-day,” Hurney said.

 

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https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/cam-newtons-status-reportedly-up-in-the-air-for-week-3-after-re-aggravating-foot-injury/?fbclid=IwAR3oJD78PZ4tLpsVOnAFFSxLBKN3IEBecvoYC2Sq4gR9MmPdZhSNf-mXtyI

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According to Tom Pelissero, quarterback Cam Newton's status for Sunday's matchup with the Arizona Cardinals is up in the air after he re-aggravated a foot injury. He spent Tuesday's practice rehabbing.

Panthers general manager Marty Hurney told reporters that Newton informed the team of the foot flare-up following Thursday night's loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, per Adam Schefter. The team does not have a solid timeline for when Newton will be able to return to the field, but the Panthers left the door open for him playing on Sunday, saying they "will see how it goes." 

 

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4 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Basically, the most important point of it is that it was Newton who informed them that the injury was "reaggravated".

this is all BS. 

Cam's play the last 2 weeks essentially confirm that wheel has been injured..  This whole, he hurt it after the game but we totally fine in the actual games is junk. 

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44 minutes ago, CRA said:

this is all BS. 

Cam's play the last 2 weeks essentially confirm that wheel has been injured..  This whole, he hurt it after the game but we totally fine in the actual games is junk. 

It's what they're saying.

Is it a lie? That's possible.

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I'm not going to lie, i kind of feel like if we clean house after this season, then we need to look into a new training staff as well. This is a lot like Greg last season, "He's ready to go back out and play" and then next thing we know he hurt the same thing again but worse. It seems to be a fairly common trend with this staff and coaches to rush players back from injury before they should.

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I have been said that everything from coaching to medical staff is porous. Look at Byrd, Olsen, Cam, Khahil..the list just grows. I don't know why but panthers are stagnant. From every position. Most teams would have been cut bait with a lot of the personnel here.

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I've been thinking all along that there is something not right physically or mentally with Cam to play this poorly. He's basically been playing considerably worse than at any point in his career, and I had to assume it was just an aberration based on an unknown factor. Now we know his foot has probably been bothering him. Now that doesn't mean he's going to come out like MVP Cam when he recovers, but I don't see any reason why he can't play at the level he did during the 1st half of last season. He wasn't incredible, but he played well enough to give us a good chance to win. Anyway I actually think things are looking up, either that or he's going to completely collapse into the end of his career. Either way it should one hell of a show.

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