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Panthers place QB Cam Newton on IR

The Panthers have placed quarterback Cam Newton on injured reserve, meaning he can’t play for the rest of the regular season.

Panthers’ Cam Newton to get another opinion on injured foot

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is seeking another opinion on his injured left foot. The team announced Newton is traveling Friday to Green Bay, Wisconsin to visit with Dr. Robert Anderson, a renowned foot specialist who previously served as an assistant team physician with the Panthers.

Cam Newton’s status unclear after reaggravating foot

Cam Newton’s status for Sunday’s game at Arizona is uncertain after the 2015 league MVP reaggravated a mid-foot sprain. Newton did not practice Tuesday and Panthers coach Ron Rivera gave no timetable for his QB’s potential return.

Panthers to hold out Cam Newton, Luke Kuechly in preseason opener

Panthers coach Ron Rivera says quarterback Cam Newton and linebacker Luke Kuechly will not play in Carolina’s preseason opener against the Bears in Chicago. Rivera said Tuesday he is being cautious with both players. Newton is coming off offseason shoulder surgery while Kuechly missed time last week after he got “rolled up on” during practice. He wouldn’t disclose the nature of the injury. Kyle Allen will start at quarterback Thursday against the Bears while Jermaine Carter will replace Kuechly.

Cam Newton cautions rehab on shoulder is ‘a work in progress’

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton says he has not fully recovered from offseason shoulder surgery. Newton says his rehab remains “a work in progress” and that “I don’t want people to assume, oh, Cam is back.” Newton says he is “doing a lot of work behind the scenes.” Newton was held out of team drills Thursday for the third time in eight days as trainers look to ease him back into action.

Panthers QB Cam Newton airs it out, throws with ‘no limitations’

Cam Newton completed two long passes on the first day of training camp, displaying the arm strength that was noticeably absent the second half of last season. The Panthers quarterback participated in 11-on-11 team drills for the first time since undergoing arthroscopic surgery in January on his throwing shoulder. He practiced with no limitations, completing a long TD pass to wide receiver Curtis Samuel and another 45-yard strike to tight end Chris Manhertz Thursday night.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera: Not a big deal that Cam Newton isn’t throwing yet

Panthers coach Ron Rivera says he’s not concerned that Cam Newton still isn’t throwing a football nearly four months after his starting quarterback had surgery on his right shoulder. Rivera called it a “really big not-that-big-of-a-deal” situation after the Panthers went through a practice in front of the media. Rivera is optimistic Newton will be ready to start throwing again when training camp begins in late July.

Carolina QB Cam Newton has surgery on throwing shoulder

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has had arthroscopic surgery on his right throwing shoulder. The team announced the surgery on Thursday, saying Newton’s rehabilitation process will begin immediately. There was no timetable listed for when he can begin throwing again. The Panthers say the procedure was successfully performed by team physician Pat Connor. The team has still not disclosed the exact nature of the injury.

NFL, NFLPA determine Panthers followed concussion protocol

The NFL and the Players Association announced the Panthers correctly followed concussion protocol guidelines when handling Cam Newton’s injury during a first-round playoff game against the Saints. The league released a statement saying it reviewed game footage and medical reports, as well as statements and interviews with Newton and coach Ron Rivera, before making its determination that “there was no protocol violation.”