Cam Newton blasts critics: 'Show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser'
Cam Newton spoke to the media Tuesday about his Sunday press conference.
On Tuesday, Newton spoke (for the first time in his career during Panthers clean-out day) and spoke and responded aggressively to his critics, saying he is "my own person."
"I don't have to conform to anybody's wants for me. I'm not that guy," Newton said. "This is a great league with or without me. I am my own person."
Cam also flat-out said he's a sore loser, which is pretty hilarious.
Cam: I'm on record as being a sore loser. I hate losing. You show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) February 9, 2016
Newton, as chronicled by Bill Voth of BlackAndBlueReview.com in video form, said people shouldn't be "quick to assume anything" about players on the Panthers.
Quick snippet pic.twitter.com/7V9gyRYw3E— Black & Blue Review (@BlackBlueReview) February 9, 2016
Cam isn't worried about offending anyone either.
Cam Newton: "If I offended anyone, that's cool." But said he would not conform for anyone.— Joe Person (@josephperson) February 9, 2016
Newton's a different breed of athlete and not willing to fit into the neat little quarterback box. Tuesday's appearance should help calm people down over his press conference on Sunday, but who the hell knows with Cam, maybe the most polarizing athlete in sports.
He probably should've just said what he said Tuesday on Sunday but Cam's not really interested in what people think.
After an injury to Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler entered the game and helped the Broncos to...
The 32-year-old running back is done for the year
Brandon Williams was involved in a scary situation in the first half against Denver
The Broncos are turning back to Osweiler after an injury to Siemian
The Cowboys legend admits he's not on 'great' terms with the Cowboys suspended running bac...
Here's the latest information on injured Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier