Cam Newton is currently not playing in the NFL, but that doesn’t keep him out of headlines, now signed Saints. Check it out in this article.

Cam Newton : Signed with Saints | Stats | Contract

Cameron Jerrell Newton is an American football quarterback who is a free agent. He has played for 11 seasons, primarily with the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL).

Cam Newton : Signed with Saints | Stats | Contract

Personal information
Born: May 11, 1989 (age 33)     
Atlanta, Georgia
             Height:              6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight: 245 lb (111 kg)

Nicknamed “Super Cam“, he is the NFL leader in quarterback rushing touchdowns and second in quarterback rushing yards.

Newton had a college football stint at Florida before joining Auburn, where he won the Heisman Trophy and 2011 BCS National Championship Game as a junior.

He was selected first overall by the Panthers in the 2011 NFL Draft.

Cam Newton Signed with Saints 

Cam Newton is currently not playing in the NFL, but that doesn’t keep him out of the headlines.

The former Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots quarterback has now been linked with a move to the New Orleans Saints.

Cam Newton : Signed with Saints | Stats | Contract

While there is no concrete indication that Newton will sign with the NFC team, the reports of the veteran quarterback signing for the Saints refuse to go away.

The team was reportedly interested in bringing the quarterback to New Orleans after Jameis Winston went down with a dreaded ACL injury.

Given how poorly the Saints have played this season with Winston and Andy Dalton to the tune of a 3-6 record, rumors are swirling about Newton and the Saints.

So, could the Saints turn to the former NFL MVP as an answer to their current problems? Possibly, but at this stage, there are just rumors. Much like last year, and nothing happened. But as they say, there is no smoke without fire.

Cam Newton : Signed with Saints | Stats | Contract

Currently a free agent, the prospect of the Saints turning to Newton as their savior is intriguing. The 33-year-old hasn’t played any football this season, so wanting him to come in and play right away isn’t happening.

Cam Newton stats

In late January 2011, Newton began working out with George Whitfield Jr. in San Diego.

Whitfield has worked with other quarterbacks such as Ben Roethlisberger and Akili Smith. On April 28, 2011, Newton was selected with the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers.

Cam Newton : Signed with Saints | Stats | Contract

           Career NFL statistics as of 2021                 
TD–INT: 194–123     
Passing yards: 32,382
        Completion percentage:           59.9
Passer rating: 85.2
Rushing yards: 5,628
Rushing touchdowns: 75

He was the first reigning Heisman Trophy winner to go first overall since Carson Palmer in 2003.

He also was Auburn’s fourth No. 1 selection after Tucker Frederickson (1965), Bo Jackson (1986), and Aundray Bruce (1988).

Also he became Blinn College’s fifth player to get drafted and the first in school history to be selected in the first round.

On July 29, 2011, Newton signed a four-year contract, worth over $22 million, with the Carolina Panthers that was fully guaranteed.

After unsuccessfully negotiating with quarterback Jimmy Clausen for the No. 2 jersey Newton wore at Auburn, he decided to keep the No. 1 jersey that the Panthers had assigned him after the draft.

On November 11, 2021, Newton signed a one-year deal worth up to $10 million to return to the Carolina Panthers, following an injury to starting quarterback Sam Darnold. The deal includes $4.5 million that is fully guaranteed and a $1.5 million roster bonus.


Cam Newton signed a 1 year, $6,000,000 contract with the Carolina Panthers, including a $2,250,000 signing bonus, $4,500,000 guaranteed. 

Cam Newton : Signed with Saints | Stats | Contract

Contract: 1 yr(s) / $6,000,000    
Signing Bonus $2,250,000
Average Salary $6,000,000
Total Guarantees $4,500,000
Guaranteed at Signing       $4,500,000
Free Agent: 2022 / UFA

In his first game after re-signing, Newton received limited playing action as the backup to P. J. Walker in the Week 10 game against the Arizona Cardinals but made an immediate impact, scoring touchdowns on his first two plays of the game.

The first-quarter touchdowns came by way of a two-yard run and a two-yard pass to Robby Anderson, respectively, and helped the Panthers to a 34–10 win.

In his return to Carolina the following week, he was named the starter and scored two passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown in a 27–21 loss to the Washington Football Team.

By Rishabh

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