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Cam Newton

Athlete, NFLAthlete, NFL
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Net worth 2018: $26 Million
Industry: Other
Country: United States
Children: 2
Education: Bachelor of Arts / Science, Auburn University

Cam Newton was born in United States, is Athlete, NFLAthlete, NFL. After a fairy tale season where Cam Newton won the MVP award in runaway fashion and led the Carolina Panthers to the Super Bowl, the 2016 season provided much harder for the former No. 1 overall draft pick out of Auburn. The Panthers won nine fewer games and Newton completed a career-low 53% of his passes. Newton re-upped his deals with Danon, Gatorade and Beats after his MVP season. He also endorses Carolina's HealthCare Systems and Electronic Arts. His Under Armour cleat is the company's best-selling football cleat. Newton also has a production deal with Nickelodeon and last year he hosted and produced the Nickelodeon show "All In With Cam Newton" featuring the quarterback helping kids make their dreams come true. Newton was one of the numerous celebrities who bought a sliver of UFC after talent agency WME purchased the mixed martial arts-firm in 2016. Newton also holds a stake in the Player's Tribune.


$26 Million


He also tweeted "I've been quiet about this because I didn't want to create a distraction for my team and appreciate the privacy in this joyous time"On February 3, 2017, Newton and Proctor welcomed their second child, a daughter named Sovereign-Dior Cambella Newton


Despite a down 2016 season, Newton was still ranked 44th by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2017


On December 30, 2015, Newton confirmed on Twitter that he and his longtime girlfriend Kia Proctor, had welcomed a son named Chosen Sebastian Newton on December 24, 2015, in Atlanta


On December 9, 2014, Newton was involved in a car crash in Charlotte; his vehicle flipped


Newton's 45 total touchdowns during the regular season marked the most touchdowns by a single player since 2013


Newton also led the Panthers on his 12th-ever game-winning drive, and his fourth of the season


Newton spoke about his faith after winning the 2011 BCS National Championship Game saying, "It’s just a God thing


During the game, Newton threw for a career-high 5 touchdown passes and became the only QB in NFL history with 100+ pass TD and 25+ rush TD in his 1st 5 seasons


That Fall, he led his team to the 2009 NJCAA National Football Championship, throwing for 2,833 yards with 22 touchdowns and rushing for 655 yards


On November 21, 2008, Newton was arrested on felony charges of burglary, larceny, and obstruction of justice on an accusation that he stole a laptop computer from another University of Florida student


Newton became the first player to win five NFC Offensive Player of the Week awards in a nine-week span within a season and his five awards tied for the most in a season in NFL history (Tom Brady, 2007)


Newton became the NFL's first player to win the award four times in a seven-week span since San Diego's LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006


In the following week, during a 37–23 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Newton went 11 of 22 passing for 124 yds and two touchdowns while leading the team in rushing with 51 yards to give the Panthers a 4–0 record for the first time since 2003


He was also the first Panther to win the Offensive award, but the second Panthers rookie of the year, following Julius Peppers, the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2002


Newton's 854 passing yards through the first two games of the season, the most in league history by a rookie, broke the NFL record of 827 set by Kurt Warner in the 2000 season and stood as the most by any quarterback in the first two weeks of the season until New England's Tom Brady broke the mark again later in the day with 940


Cameron Jerrell Newton (born May 11, 1989) is an American football quarterback for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL)


, who was cut as a safety from the pre-season rosters of the 1983 Dallas Cowboys and 1984 Buffalo Bills, and the younger brother of Cecil Newton, Jr


Despite missing two games and dealing with ankle, rib, throwing hand, and back injuries through the entire season, Newton was rated as the 73rd best player in the NFL on the NFL Top 100 player list


He also broke Pat Sullivan's school record for most touchdowns in a single season—a record that had stood since 1971—with 27


1 selection after Tucker Frederickson (1965), Bo Jackson (1986), and Aundray Bruce (1988)


Further, it marked the 14th time in his career where Newton notched two-plus touchdown passes and at least one rushing touchdown, third-most in the NFL since 1960, behind only Steve Young (17) and Fran Tarkenton (16)


Newton was rated as the 46th best player on the NFL Top 100 list


Newton was rated as the 40th best player in the NFL by his peers on the NFL Top 100 player list


The following week, Newton led the Panthers to a victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, earning the Panthers their first 6–0 record in franchise history; during the game, he threw 3 interceptions and recorded his 28th game with a rushing touchdown and a passing touchdown


It marked the 26th game in Newton's career in which he had a passing and a rushing touchdown, ranking 2nd all time in NFL history behind only Steve Young (31)


Newton was rated as the 24th best player on the NFL Top 100 list

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