Watch: Cam Newton Has A Message After Joining Patriots

Former Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is joining the New England Patriots and he delivered a really cool message on Instagram. The 31-year-old agreed to a one-year deal worth $7.5 million. His deal is heavy on incentives, and Newton was more than excited to sign with the great team.

He took to Twitter to deliver a very special message. Now he released a video message after inking his deal.

Well, some fans applauded Newton’s deal. However, others believe that the Patriots should have given him more money.

Without the incentives, Newton’s deal is worth $1.05 million. ESPN reported that this is the league minimum. Newton will compete with second-year quarterback Jarrett Stidham and veteran journeyman Brian Hoyer. This means that he may get a chance to replace Tom Brady. The great Tom Brady who won six Super Bowls. Replacing a legendary player won’t be easy, and Newton will have so many responsibilities. TB12 is now playing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he will stay there at least two years.

Cam Newton is joining the New England Patriots at the right moment

Newton sustained a lot of injuries in his pro career. The talented quarterback has two shoulder surgeries in the last three years. He also sustained a foot fracture that put an end to his 2019 season. Newton was a NFL MVP in 2015. He led his team to the Super Bowl in the same season. They lost the chance to win a title, but Newton had an incredible performance and everyone saw that.

NFL players praised Newton’s contract on social media. Stephen A. Smith believes that Newton is the final piece of the puzzle head coach Bill Belichick needs to win a Super Bowl. Yes, ESPN’s commentator is convinced that Newton will help the team win another Lombardi Trophy.

Mohammed Sanu is also happy. He said that Newton is an excellent leader. Sanu will hopefully have a better performance this year. The Patriots gave up on a second-round pick to get him. Pairing him with Newton is a really great idea. Let’s see how will things turn out for the Patriots. They have so much to do at the moment.