Tom Brady’s Immediate Reaction To Patriots Signing Cam Newton
June 29, 2020
The New England Patriots parted ways with Tom Brady and now they are signing Cam Newton. The former Carolina Panthers quarterback agreed to a one-year deal with the Patriots. This deal will give him $7.5 million and it’s heavy on incentives.
There were so many stories about the potential landing of Newton. It turns out the Patriots did have an interest in Newton. Analysts had split opinions. Some said that head coach Bill Belichick would never get Newton. Others believed that the 2015 NFL MVP would actually be of great help for the team.
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Newton will compete with veteran journeyman Brian Hoyer and second-year quarterback Jarrett Stidham for the starting position. These three will compete in training camp, and Belichick will have to make a decision. Replacing Tom Brady won’t be easy, but Newton has a lot of talent. Stidham has speed and a great arm. Hoyer has a lot of experience. Who will step in as a replacement for the greatest of all time?
When it comes to Brady, he was among the first to react to Newton’s new deal with the Patriots. It was really awkward to see his name in the comments section of the Patriots’ Instagram post.
Under Armour sponsores both Brady and Newton. In other words, they are some sort of teammates. Brady’s opinion really matters, and we can only guess his thoughts.
Newton’s new deal with the Patriots shocked pretty much every football fan. It was a refreshment in the football world, and it definitely caused reactions of many current and former Patriots players.
Mohamed Sanu had the perfect reaction. Right after the deal became official, Sanu said it was “crazy.” According to him, this is great, and he really likes Newton. Sanu knows that Newton would be of great help for any team he plays on. The veteran wideout appreciated Newton’s leadership skills, adding that “he’s an MVP.”
2015 was Newton’s best season. He went 15-1 with the Panthers, but they did lose the Super Bowl to the Denver Broncos. Newton became the NFL’s MVP that season and he was also named the Offensive Player of the Year.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.