Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton sprained his left foot
For most of this year’s off-season, attention to the Carolina Panthers quarterback (Cam Newton) has been focused on his surgically treated shoulder. But now he’s focused on his left foot and ankle.
Newton was captured by his opponent’s defensive players in the first quarter of the preseason defeat to the New England Patriots at 3-10. After being captured, Newton was examined by the team doctor, and then he went back to the dressing room. The team later announced that he would not return. Newton put on protective boots after the game.
X-ray examination after the match showed that Newton’s injury was not serious. Carolina Panthers jerseys According to people familiar with the situation, Newton’s left ankle sprain was initially diagnosed. Now Marty Hurney, the general manager of the Panthers, has confirmed Newton’s sprain in the middle of his left foot. Helney also said the team was “cautiously optimistic” about Cam Newton’s jersey possible first week in the regular season.
Newton did not play in the first two preseason matches because he had just recovered from his shoulder injury. He made his first four passes in the pre-season game against the Patriots, taking 22 yards. In the end, he made 30 yards in six passes and four passes.