Cam Newton reportedly now vaccinated amid hunt for NFL return



Former NFL MVP Cam Newton hasn’t had success discovering one other crew since his time with the New England Patriots ended unceremoniously in August. His current determination to get vaccinated towards COVID-19 might assist his case for an NFL roster spot, although.

After beginning at quarterback for the Patriots in 2020, Newton was launched after preseason and rookie Mac Jones was named New England’s starter. Whereas Patriots coach Invoice Belichick insisted Newton’s vaccination status played no role within the determination, rules prohibit Belichick saying as much and Newton missed five days of training camp as a consequence of a COVID-19 testing mishap.

If groups prevented signing Newton as a backup as a result of chance that his vaccination standing might value him time, that snag has been rectified. Based on NFL Community’s Mike Garafolo, groups which were in touch with Newton have been instructed that the quarterback is now vaccinated towards COVID-19.

“Groups have been knowledgeable that Cam Newton is now vaccinated, so even when he got here in he would not have to attend 5 days earlier than he works out or joins a roster,” Garafolo said on Good Morning Football.

Newton, 32, struggled throughout his sole season with the Patriots and completed the yr with simply eight landing passes and 10 interceptions. 

One crew at present available in the market for a backup quarterback is the Seattle Seahawks, who not too long ago positioned Russell Wilson on the injured reserve. With Geno Smith set to start out in Wilson’s place, Seattle introduced former Jacksonville Jaguars beginning quarterback Blake Bortles in for a workout, however opted against signing him.




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