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Cam to become stronger, smarter
(5/8/13) ESPN reports that Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said he's spent this offseason challenging himself to lose weight and "to become not a stronger player, but a smarter player." He said quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey and offensive coordinator Mike Shula have helped him in those areas. Newton was the 2011 AP Offensive Rookie of the Year after a season in which he threw for 4,051 yards and scored 35 total touchdowns. In 2012 he threw for 3,869 yards and scored 27 total touchdowns. He also cut down on his interceptions, with 12 last season compared to 17 in his rookie season.
Newton's offense evolving
(2/22/13) The Charlotte Observer reports that Panthers quarterback Cam Newton might not run the zone read offense as much as his first two years. At least that's the wish of general manager Dave Gettleman, who wants to go downfield more and mix it with a power run game, which actually started last season. With former offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski now in Cleveland as the Browns' coach, Panthers coach Ron Rivera said they would keep the zone read as more of a wrinkle than a staple. “We have it as a mixer,” Rivera said. “We have it just enough that coordinators have to pay attention to what we do. I think off of it, we can do so many different things.”
Cam happy for Shula
(2/1/13) The Charlotte Observer reports that Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said he was excited when Mike Shula was promoted to offensive coordinator, and credited Shula for his development over the second half of last season. “It was very important. I think that's what they tried to do as far as keep everything as simple as possible, keep everything around the genre that we've kind of been keeping things. It's going to be very exciting,” Newton said Friday. “I've been talking to (Shula) and he's been giving me some ideas to think about. I think it's going to be a working process, but at the same time we're going to have fun and take it to higher heights.” Newton said his relationship with Shula was “unbelievable” during Shula's two years as quarterbacks coach. “I think a lot of credit goes to him with me honing in to a lot of things that he's been coaching me up to do. I don't think it's going to be any different,” Newton said. “I think he's going to coach me even harder, especially with his microphone as far as coaching has gotten a little bit higher. And guys are going to have to listen to him now.”
Familiar face sticks with Newton
(1/19/13) After 14 years Mike Shula is getting another chance to run an NFL offense. The Panthers named Shula as their new offensive coordinator Friday after serving as the team's quarterbacks coach the last two seasons. Carolina chose to hire from within after interviewing candidates from outside the organization. Shula takes over for Rob Chudzinski, who left to become the Browns' head coach. "After going through the interview process we feel that Mike's familiarity with our offense and personnel lends itself to the offensive coordinator position," coach Ron Rivera said. "He has the experience and knowledge to step in and provide continuity in an area that has been productive over the past two years."
Cam ends '12 with ankle sprain
(1/2/13) Panthers trainer Ryan Vermillion said Wednesday that quarterback Cam Newton had X-rays on his ribs and left ankle after the season but they came back negative. However, the Charlotte Observer reports an MRI showed Newton did suffer a minor high sprain on his ankle. According to Vermillion, Cam "would be a full go and there is no way he would miss a game."
 
 
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