Watch: Highlights From Cam Newton & N’Keal Harry Work Out Together

Cam Newton signed a deal with the New England Patriots, and he has already worked out with Mohamed Sanu and N’Keal Harry. The Patriots offered him a one-year incentive-laden deal, and Newton is more than thrilled to accept it. He may not get that much money in his first year with the team, but the Patriots may be interested in keeping him for longer. Newton joined the team for a few good reasons, and he respects the organization.

Will head coach Bill Belichick trust Newton? Will he let him start games in September?

Newton has already worked out with Sanu. It was a coincidence. They happened to be at the same place that day. This workout happened right after Newton’s arrival in New England was announced.

Cam Newton and N’Keal Harry look good together

Now Newton works out with second-year quarterback N’Keal Harry and the highlight video says pretty mcuh everything you should know about their connection. Did they build instant conection?

According to the most recent video, Harry and Newton practiced in Los Angeles on Wednesday. This was their very first workout, and it looks really well.

Newton signed his contract with the team today, and now he has a good reason to celebrate. A lot of current and former Patriots players responded to the signing. ESPN’s Field Yates was among the first to report the details of Newton’s deal with the Patriots.

Newton is officially a Patriots quarterback, and he feels good. Playing with such a great team must feel great and he has yet to show off his great movement. Newton was an NFL MVP in 2015 and he also won the Offensive Player of the Year award. Yes, he is that good and the Patriots did a really good job to get him.

The former Carolina Panthers quarterback will probably compete with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer in the next couple of months. Belichick will watch them closely and hopefully, he will make the right decision for the team. Is Newton a better fit for the Patriots? Maybe. But Stidham has a lot of great moves. Yes, it will be a hard decision.