Cam Newton sat out of the 2022 season, but he may be looking to make a return to the NFL. Check out Cam Newton Auburn Pro day here.

Cam Newton : Auburn Pro Day | Passes | Net worth

Newton made an impact in his first season when he set the rookie records for passing and rushing yards by a quarterback, earning him Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Cam Newton : Auburn Pro Day | Passes | Net worth

The league’s first rookie quarterback to throw for 4,000 yards in a season and the first to throw for 400 yards in his NFL debut, he also set the single-season record for quarterback rushing touchdowns.

Between 2013 and 2017, Newton led the Panthers to four playoff appearances and three division titles.

His most successful season came in 2015 when he was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) and helped Carolina obtain a franchise-best 15–1 record en route to a Super Bowl appearance in Super Bowl 50.

Cam Newton Auburn Pro day 

On Tuesday, Carolina Panthers great Cam Newton got back to his roots in an attempt to get back into the NFL.

The former Most Valuable Player and Heisman Trophy winner hit his alma mater of Auburn University to throw for NFL teams during the program’s pro day.

Cam Newton : Auburn Pro Day | Passes | Net worth

Cam Newton hasn’t been on a NFL roster since the end of the 2021 season after his stint with the New England Patriots came to an end.

Newton threw around 35 total passes on the day, completing around 30 of them. In addition to trying out for NFL scouts and showcasing his skills, Newton wanted to throw for his younger brother, Caylin, who was participating in the Pro Day.

Newton has a 75-68-1 record as a starting NFL quarterback and has run for more touchdowns than any quarterback in league history. He’s thrown for more than 32,000 yards and 194 touchdowns during his career.

Newton’s last full season came in 2020 when he played for the New England Patriots. He was 7-8 as a starter with eight TD passes and 10 interceptions.

His best season came in 2015 when he earned MVP honors, combining for 45 touchdowns and led the Panthers to the Super Bowl 50 where they lost 24-10 to the Denver Broncos. Newton’s career spiraled downhill shortly after following foot and shoulder injuries.

Cam Newton passes 

Newton, 33, threw in front of scouts at a pro day event Tuesday at Auburn, where he won a Heisman Trophy and a national championship in the 2010 season.

The 2015 NFL Most Valuable Player was invited to throw at Auburn by his younger brother, Caylin — a former quarterback at Howard who finished his collegiate career as a wide receiver at Auburn and William & Mary.

Cam Newton : Auburn Pro Day | Passes | Net worth

“This was him showing love to me,” Caylin Newton said of his older brother. “He doesn’t owe anybody anything. He has had an amazing journey, an amazing career in the NFL. He has nothing to prove to anybody. … He came to show his ability, show he still has it.

“I think, for him, this was a selfless act. But it was also to show and prove to everybody he’s not sitting around. He’s still got it. Whatever organization wants to get a winning quarterback, his number’s still open and available.”

Cam Newton declined to speak to reporters in Auburn on Tuesday. During the workout, Newton threw more than 30 passes to several NFL hopefuls from Auburn, including wide receiver Shedrick Jackson.

“That was fun,” Jackson said. “That was probably my most favorite part, just learning his lingo, seeing his cadence. He’s got good touch on the ball. … I think he’s still got it.”

In perhaps the biggest highlight of the workout, Newton showcased his trademark scrambling ability in the pocket before throwing a 50-yard pass downfield to his younger brother.

Net worth 

According to, Cam Newton has an estimated net worth of about $80 Million. {  as of Writing  }

Cam Newton : Auburn Pro Day | Passes | Net worth

In 2012, Newton paid $1.6 million for a 3,335 square foot condo in an exclusive Charlotte building called The Trust.

He listed the 3-bedroom home for $3.2 million in May 2019, took it off the market a few months later, then re-listed it for $2.9 million in July 2020. Michael Jordan also lives in the building, occupying an entire floor.

By Rishabh

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