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Carolina Panthers | Cam Newton on Shoulder Problems, Decision

Carolina Panther's quarterback Cam Newton has a painful sore, stiff shoulder – and a broken heart. Dejected and soft-spoken after a 12-9 loss for New Orleans Saints on Monday night, Newton shared more about his fight to completely recover from the operation he had after the 2016 season to repair a partially demolished rotor cuff. Maybe it was to vent. Perhaps it would be a little more because we criticize his painful slow hever, his short passport that does not always have the zipper they once did. Digital Access for Only $ 0.99 For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe today. The sailing or bouncing throw, as he seems to throw around stiffness and soreness, seems to be a product of him overcorrect mechanics that has not been steady since week 8 when he first appeared on the Panther week damage reports. We really had no idea what he had been through. But on Monday he let us understand a little more. Newton said that his problem, in its simplest form, is shoulder tenderness that has not improved or deteriorated in recent weeks. And he added that there is no immediate action. If that were, Newton had found it now. "It does not matter how much you press," he said. "Is antiinflammatory you take … I mean, trust me, I did. Acupuncture. Massage. It's just not been a time to (a) night has gone without getting any kind of work on my arm. "We just do not have the strength,…

Carolina Panther’s quarterback Cam Newton has a painful sore, stiff shoulder – and a broken heart.

Dejected and soft-spoken after a 12-9 loss for New Orleans Saints on Monday night, Newton shared more about his fight to completely recover from the operation he had after the 2016 season to repair a partially demolished rotor cuff.

Maybe it was to vent. Perhaps it would be a little more because we criticize his painful slow hever, his short passport that does not always have the zipper they once did.

The sailing or bouncing throw, as he seems to throw around stiffness and soreness, seems to be a product of him overcorrect mechanics that has not been steady since week 8 when he first appeared on the Panther week damage reports.

We really had no idea what he had been through.

But on Monday he let us understand a little more.

Newton said that his problem, in its simplest form, is shoulder tenderness that has not improved or deteriorated in recent weeks.

And he added that there is no immediate action. If that were, Newton had found it now.

“It does not matter how much you press,” he said. “Is antiinflammatory you take … I mean, trust me, I did. Acupuncture. Massage. It’s just not been a time to (a) night has gone without getting any kind of work on my arm.

“We just do not have the strength, from the movement.”

There are other variables for how his arm will perform too. Newton showed that coaches try to limit their throws, but sometimes dictates situations in a game differently. 19659002] “You are working on the amount of motion and then comes the playing time, you never know how it will play,” he said. “You try to stay under 25-30 throws, but if it’s over it or if you hit it, or if you have to run, or if you manage and you fall on the shoulder, some things happen. It’s the soccer game. “

Newton said he is about stiffness and muscle tension, but he also said that pain has not affected how he throws the ball.

” I think that when you talk to different people who can help you with it, it’s not any magic surgery or anything. It’s just time, “said Newton.

” I’ve tried and done everything. I think the frustration comes from, no matter what you do, you can rub magic dust on it, you can go to this person, go to that person. …

“Then you just come out, and it’s still the same …

” I’ve been keen to go to (head coach Ryan Vermillion) office, weeks and weeks and weeks and kind of find out what it is. “Did you find something? What should I do?”

“And that’s what it is. That’s what we expected to be… In the same way, it will not be better Do not get worse. That’s what it was, just a lot of soreness and excitement in the joints. “

This week, the offensive coordinator Norv Turner said that Newton’s constraints in practice – what head coach Ron Rivera calls a pitch count – has over Over time, he had had a trickle-down impact on his time with his recipients.

Newton said that such types of problems are more about poor performance than missing practice.

And his frustration comes from not having answers when he does not need more.

“You wish I could tell you,” he said and sighed. “I think frustration comes when you do anything and everything to make sure your body has the highest performance.”

“Of course, my arm has not allowed me to do much exercise. Have been on counting for a long time. But by the end of the day it’s what it is. It’s not a scapegoat. It’s not something I want people to help me on. That’s just reality. “

Newton said he does not know how he can come from the bank count. He said he does not even know if he will need to get another surgery.

But that’s something we know, and that’s probably what Newton probably knows

The conversation Newton, and probably the head coach Ron Rivera, is both dreading is likely to come soon – despite Rivera’s opposition the opposite on Monday evening.

With two games left, the Panthers are all but mathematically eliminated from the afterseason. no where there are major problems.

Newton and Rivera must evaluate if there is a danger to Newton’s long-term health to continue playing this season.

“I suppose we need that conversation,” says Newton. ” I’m not looking forward to that conversation. “

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