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Don’t be like me, be better than me.” Newton’s apology comes after Dannon, the maker of Oikos yogurt, announced it would “no longer work with him” over his degrading response to a question asked by Charlotte Observer beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue.“We are shocked and disheartened at the behavior and comments of Cam Newton towards Jourdan Rodrigue, which we perceive as sexist and disparaging to all women,” Michael Neuwirth, a spokesman for Dannon, said in the statement.You wouldn’t know he regularly gets hit at car-crash speeds by rough human equivalents of compact cars. Entering his sixth remarkable season in the league and he looks…fresh. “What other sport do you know brings people around, or that brings the unity from family, friends, loved ones, like a Super Bowl does? It was like watching something implacable make its way down the field—the improbable grace amid chaos, the sheer power of his talent. Part of discipline is knowing when to change things up. We all have things that we would not want others to know. We don’t need to recount all these things that he would prefer other people not to know, right? For a decade now—ever since he left the University of Florida under controversial circumstances, and Auburn, where he wound up, also under controversial circumstances—Cam’s been apologizing for the teenager he was. And I just want to be the voice of that.” He’s a better man at 27 than he was at 18, even as he regularly endures condescension far worse than what he got as a kid. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock: “It’s just this gut feeling that I have that I don’t know how great he wants to be.” And: “Something tells me he’ll be content to be a multimillionaire who’s pretty good.” He came into the league under the shadow of real prejudice. But Richardson’s account survives on You Tube; look it up, if you want to break something.)As a rookie, Cam wears No.Plenty of players wear that kind of punishment on their faces after a while. Only the hands give him away, the fact that he plays a borderline blood sport for money and our entertainment. More than 300 yards passing, 100 yards rushing, five passing touchdowns in a single game, the first player in NFL history to do that. It’s this quality, paradoxically, that has led to some of the most savage and consistent criticism of Cam Newton. The salesman at the cigar store, Ben, a friendly guy with a bushy beard and a green tie, just lights up like someone shot off a bottle rocket in front of him. He told the football writer Peter King he wanted to be considered an “entertainer and icon” in addition to a football player, and America reacted like that isn’t exactly what we want our quarterbacks to be. “I just sound reasonable to me,” a then 75-year-old Richardson said. 1 because his teammate and future backup, Jimmy Clausen, already has Cam’s old number, No. He sulks after losses; his own coach, Ron Rivera, calls him “Mr.We live life, like, America, we’re taught to become, you know, successful, and success comes with winning.” This is a guy who Recall his post-Super Bowl press conference. Shrouded in the cowl of a post-game hooded sweatshirt, minutes removed from losing the most important game of his life. Instead, Cam had his worst performance of the season—sacked six times, intercepted once, fumbled twice, once on what could’ve been the game-winning drive, then failed to fall on the ball. Has an enormous ego with a sense of entitlement that continually invites trouble and makes him believe he is above the law—does not command respect from teammates and always will struggle to win a locker room. Lacks accountability, focus and trustworthiness—is not punctual, seeks shortcuts and sets a bad example. Then, a few days later, after the Panthers had lost the Atlanta game, their first and only loss of the regular season, he posted a statement announcing the birth and asking for privacy in this joyous time. “Only thing changed was that our record was pretty bad.” Then it was pretty good.One of those arbitrary moments that completely, unfairly flips the narrative on a player; like his pal Steph Curry, Cam went from being the author of sports perfection to a grasping loser in the span of five minutes. A woman by the name of Patricia Broderick, writing to Exhibit A, right here: All season long, people writing in to criticize or berate Cam, and Cam instead finding the truth in the letter, acknowledging the sentiment, controlling the exchange. When she mentions those things, those are all things that I’ve thought about. For somebody who is supposed to be me-first, Cam is very good at imagining and understanding what is in other people’s heads. It’s like whatever was essentially flawed in Cam was…not an essential flaw at all. The more his team won, the more maybe Cam a real leader after all. The arrogant struts,” hyperventilated a woman named Rosemary Plorin (who, to be fair, later apologized), again in a letter to Reactionary—or, as Cam’s longtime backup quarterback Derek Anderson has put it, “flat-out racist.” An honest question: Can you name a contemporary athlete who has been subjected to more veiled and sometimes outright racism than Cam Newton?Tank top, 0, Gucci / Pants,

Don’t be like me, be better than me.” Newton’s apology comes after Dannon, the maker of Oikos yogurt, announced it would “no longer work with him” over his degrading response to a question asked by Charlotte Observer beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue.“We are shocked and disheartened at the behavior and comments of Cam Newton towards Jourdan Rodrigue, which we perceive as sexist and disparaging to all women,” Michael Neuwirth, a spokesman for Dannon, said in the statement.You wouldn’t know he regularly gets hit at car-crash speeds by rough human equivalents of compact cars. Entering his sixth remarkable season in the league and he looks…fresh. “What other sport do you know brings people around, or that brings the unity from family, friends, loved ones, like a Super Bowl does? It was like watching something implacable make its way down the field—the improbable grace amid chaos, the sheer power of his talent. Part of discipline is knowing when to change things up. We all have things that we would not want others to know. We don’t need to recount all these things that he would prefer other people not to know, right? For a decade now—ever since he left the University of Florida under controversial circumstances, and Auburn, where he wound up, also under controversial circumstances—Cam’s been apologizing for the teenager he was. And I just want to be the voice of that.” He’s a better man at 27 than he was at 18, even as he regularly endures condescension far worse than what he got as a kid. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock: “It’s just this gut feeling that I have that I don’t know how great he wants to be.” And: “Something tells me he’ll be content to be a multimillionaire who’s pretty good.” He came into the league under the shadow of real prejudice. But Richardson’s account survives on You Tube; look it up, if you want to break something.)As a rookie, Cam wears No.Plenty of players wear that kind of punishment on their faces after a while. Only the hands give him away, the fact that he plays a borderline blood sport for money and our entertainment. More than 300 yards passing, 100 yards rushing, five passing touchdowns in a single game, the first player in NFL history to do that. It’s this quality, paradoxically, that has led to some of the most savage and consistent criticism of Cam Newton. The salesman at the cigar store, Ben, a friendly guy with a bushy beard and a green tie, just lights up like someone shot off a bottle rocket in front of him. He told the football writer Peter King he wanted to be considered an “entertainer and icon” in addition to a football player, and America reacted like that isn’t exactly what we want our quarterbacks to be. “I just sound reasonable to me,” a then 75-year-old Richardson said. 1 because his teammate and future backup, Jimmy Clausen, already has Cam’s old number, No. He sulks after losses; his own coach, Ron Rivera, calls him “Mr.We live life, like, America, we’re taught to become, you know, successful, and success comes with winning.” This is a guy who Recall his post-Super Bowl press conference. Shrouded in the cowl of a post-game hooded sweatshirt, minutes removed from losing the most important game of his life. Instead, Cam had his worst performance of the season—sacked six times, intercepted once, fumbled twice, once on what could’ve been the game-winning drive, then failed to fall on the ball. Has an enormous ego with a sense of entitlement that continually invites trouble and makes him believe he is above the law—does not command respect from teammates and always will struggle to win a locker room. Lacks accountability, focus and trustworthiness—is not punctual, seeks shortcuts and sets a bad example. Then, a few days later, after the Panthers had lost the Atlanta game, their first and only loss of the regular season, he posted a statement announcing the birth and asking for privacy in this joyous time. “Only thing changed was that our record was pretty bad.” Then it was pretty good.One of those arbitrary moments that completely, unfairly flips the narrative on a player; like his pal Steph Curry, Cam went from being the author of sports perfection to a grasping loser in the span of five minutes. A woman by the name of Patricia Broderick, writing to Exhibit A, right here: All season long, people writing in to criticize or berate Cam, and Cam instead finding the truth in the letter, acknowledging the sentiment, controlling the exchange. When she mentions those things, those are all things that I’ve thought about. For somebody who is supposed to be me-first, Cam is very good at imagining and understanding what is in other people’s heads. It’s like whatever was essentially flawed in Cam was…not an essential flaw at all. The more his team won, the more maybe Cam a real leader after all. The arrogant struts,” hyperventilated a woman named Rosemary Plorin (who, to be fair, later apologized), again in a letter to Reactionary—or, as Cam’s longtime backup quarterback Derek Anderson has put it, “flat-out racist.” An honest question: Can you name a contemporary athlete who has been subjected to more veiled and sometimes outright racism than Cam Newton?Tank top, $530, Gucci / Pants, $1,150, Gucci / Sneakers, $1,200, Buscemi / Jacket (in hand), Ovadia & Sons / Hat, Moncler Grenoble / Necklace, Degs & Sal / Bracelets (bottom two), Del Toro (red), David Yurman He isn’t going to stop being great at football—15-1 last season, near unanimous MVP, a scorched-earth run to the Super Bowl—and he isn’t going to stop reveling in his own greatness at football. Cam Newton carries an i Pad with him in a case displaying the logo of Super Bowl 50—the game his Panthers lost in excruciating fashion, after which he went home and cried and cried and cried, until 4 a.m. He keeps a to-do list tucked into the i Pad case, like he’s about to go run errands with the other suburban wives having lunch at this restaurant in Buckhead, the Atlanta neighborhood 25 miles from where he grew up and where he now owns an off-season home, and in time he shows me what’s on it. You could imagine desperate, nomadic civilizations finally coming to rest and building settlements around them. It’s just him; there’s never really been anyone like him. He is matter-of-fact about being this kind of public figure. I can’t just sit up here and say, ‘Okay, Later, we walk into a cigar store around the corner from the restaurant.He isn’t going to stop celebrating after touchdowns and wins, or walking off podiums in angry silence after his team loses. A white piece of paper covered in neat, tiny handwriting, Cam reading aloud from it. Otherwise he’s so perfectly proportional you wouldn’t notice the way he’s built, which is: densely. If someone stumbled out of the Alaskan wilderness tomorrow, wondering why we’re all so obsessed with this dumb, complicated game, you’d show them tape of Cam—against the Giants last year, maybe, the game where the Panthers led 35–7 in the third quarter, gave up the entire lead by the end of the fourth, only for Cam to rise up from the turf, unkillable like Michael Myers, and calmly drive his team to victory. Because it’s true, he looks fucking invincible out there. He started smoking cigars two years ago, he says; after the Super Bowl loss he started drinking white wine, too, mostly Chardonnays. “We all have life lessons that we most dearly learn from. All these so-called experts calling him, in effect, lazy.

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Don’t be like me, be better than me.” Newton’s apology comes after Dannon, the maker of Oikos yogurt, announced it would “no longer work with him” over his degrading response to a question asked by Charlotte Observer beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue.

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Don’t be like me, be better than me.” Newton’s apology comes after Dannon, the maker of Oikos yogurt, announced it would “no longer work with him” over his degrading response to a question asked by Charlotte Observer beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue.“We are shocked and disheartened at the behavior and comments of Cam Newton towards Jourdan Rodrigue, which we perceive as sexist and disparaging to all women,” Michael Neuwirth, a spokesman for Dannon, said in the statement.You wouldn’t know he regularly gets hit at car-crash speeds by rough human equivalents of compact cars. Entering his sixth remarkable season in the league and he looks…fresh. “What other sport do you know brings people around, or that brings the unity from family, friends, loved ones, like a Super Bowl does? It was like watching something implacable make its way down the field—the improbable grace amid chaos, the sheer power of his talent. Part of discipline is knowing when to change things up. We all have things that we would not want others to know. We don’t need to recount all these things that he would prefer other people not to know, right? For a decade now—ever since he left the University of Florida under controversial circumstances, and Auburn, where he wound up, also under controversial circumstances—Cam’s been apologizing for the teenager he was. And I just want to be the voice of that.” He’s a better man at 27 than he was at 18, even as he regularly endures condescension far worse than what he got as a kid. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock: “It’s just this gut feeling that I have that I don’t know how great he wants to be.” And: “Something tells me he’ll be content to be a multimillionaire who’s pretty good.” He came into the league under the shadow of real prejudice. But Richardson’s account survives on You Tube; look it up, if you want to break something.)As a rookie, Cam wears No.Plenty of players wear that kind of punishment on their faces after a while. Only the hands give him away, the fact that he plays a borderline blood sport for money and our entertainment. More than 300 yards passing, 100 yards rushing, five passing touchdowns in a single game, the first player in NFL history to do that. It’s this quality, paradoxically, that has led to some of the most savage and consistent criticism of Cam Newton. The salesman at the cigar store, Ben, a friendly guy with a bushy beard and a green tie, just lights up like someone shot off a bottle rocket in front of him. He told the football writer Peter King he wanted to be considered an “entertainer and icon” in addition to a football player, and America reacted like that isn’t exactly what we want our quarterbacks to be. “I just sound reasonable to me,” a then 75-year-old Richardson said. 1 because his teammate and future backup, Jimmy Clausen, already has Cam’s old number, No. He sulks after losses; his own coach, Ron Rivera, calls him “Mr.We live life, like, America, we’re taught to become, you know, successful, and success comes with winning.” This is a guy who Recall his post-Super Bowl press conference. Shrouded in the cowl of a post-game hooded sweatshirt, minutes removed from losing the most important game of his life. Instead, Cam had his worst performance of the season—sacked six times, intercepted once, fumbled twice, once on what could’ve been the game-winning drive, then failed to fall on the ball. Has an enormous ego with a sense of entitlement that continually invites trouble and makes him believe he is above the law—does not command respect from teammates and always will struggle to win a locker room. Lacks accountability, focus and trustworthiness—is not punctual, seeks shortcuts and sets a bad example. Then, a few days later, after the Panthers had lost the Atlanta game, their first and only loss of the regular season, he posted a statement announcing the birth and asking for privacy in this joyous time. “Only thing changed was that our record was pretty bad.” Then it was pretty good.One of those arbitrary moments that completely, unfairly flips the narrative on a player; like his pal Steph Curry, Cam went from being the author of sports perfection to a grasping loser in the span of five minutes. A woman by the name of Patricia Broderick, writing to Exhibit A, right here: All season long, people writing in to criticize or berate Cam, and Cam instead finding the truth in the letter, acknowledging the sentiment, controlling the exchange. When she mentions those things, those are all things that I’ve thought about. For somebody who is supposed to be me-first, Cam is very good at imagining and understanding what is in other people’s heads. It’s like whatever was essentially flawed in Cam was…not an essential flaw at all. The more his team won, the more maybe Cam a real leader after all. The arrogant struts,” hyperventilated a woman named Rosemary Plorin (who, to be fair, later apologized), again in a letter to Reactionary—or, as Cam’s longtime backup quarterback Derek Anderson has put it, “flat-out racist.” An honest question: Can you name a contemporary athlete who has been subjected to more veiled and sometimes outright racism than Cam Newton?Tank top, $530, Gucci / Pants, $1,150, Gucci / Sneakers, $1,200, Buscemi / Jacket (in hand), Ovadia & Sons / Hat, Moncler Grenoble / Necklace, Degs & Sal / Bracelets (bottom two), Del Toro (red), David Yurman He isn’t going to stop being great at football—15-1 last season, near unanimous MVP, a scorched-earth run to the Super Bowl—and he isn’t going to stop reveling in his own greatness at football. Cam Newton carries an i Pad with him in a case displaying the logo of Super Bowl 50—the game his Panthers lost in excruciating fashion, after which he went home and cried and cried and cried, until 4 a.m. He keeps a to-do list tucked into the i Pad case, like he’s about to go run errands with the other suburban wives having lunch at this restaurant in Buckhead, the Atlanta neighborhood 25 miles from where he grew up and where he now owns an off-season home, and in time he shows me what’s on it. You could imagine desperate, nomadic civilizations finally coming to rest and building settlements around them. It’s just him; there’s never really been anyone like him. He is matter-of-fact about being this kind of public figure. I can’t just sit up here and say, ‘Okay, Later, we walk into a cigar store around the corner from the restaurant.He isn’t going to stop celebrating after touchdowns and wins, or walking off podiums in angry silence after his team loses. A white piece of paper covered in neat, tiny handwriting, Cam reading aloud from it. Otherwise he’s so perfectly proportional you wouldn’t notice the way he’s built, which is: densely. If someone stumbled out of the Alaskan wilderness tomorrow, wondering why we’re all so obsessed with this dumb, complicated game, you’d show them tape of Cam—against the Giants last year, maybe, the game where the Panthers led 35–7 in the third quarter, gave up the entire lead by the end of the fourth, only for Cam to rise up from the turf, unkillable like Michael Myers, and calmly drive his team to victory. Because it’s true, he looks fucking invincible out there. He started smoking cigars two years ago, he says; after the Super Bowl loss he started drinking white wine, too, mostly Chardonnays. “We all have life lessons that we most dearly learn from. All these so-called experts calling him, in effect, lazy.

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Don’t be like me, be better than me.” Newton’s apology comes after Dannon, the maker of Oikos yogurt, announced it would “no longer work with him” over his degrading response to a question asked by Charlotte Observer beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue.

,200, Buscemi / Jacket (in hand), Ovadia & Sons / Hat, Moncler Grenoble / Necklace, Degs & Sal / Bracelets (bottom two), Del Toro (red), David Yurman He isn’t going to stop being great at football—15-1 last season, near unanimous MVP, a scorched-earth run to the Super Bowl—and he isn’t going to stop reveling in his own greatness at football. Cam Newton carries an i Pad with him in a case displaying the logo of Super Bowl 50—the game his Panthers lost in excruciating fashion, after which he went home and cried and cried and cried, until 4 a.m. He keeps a to-do list tucked into the i Pad case, like he’s about to go run errands with the other suburban wives having lunch at this restaurant in Buckhead, the Atlanta neighborhood 25 miles from where he grew up and where he now owns an off-season home, and in time he shows me what’s on it. You could imagine desperate, nomadic civilizations finally coming to rest and building settlements around them. It’s just him; there’s never really been anyone like him. He is matter-of-fact about being this kind of public figure. I can’t just sit up here and say, ‘Okay, Later, we walk into a cigar store around the corner from the restaurant.He isn’t going to stop celebrating after touchdowns and wins, or walking off podiums in angry silence after his team loses. A white piece of paper covered in neat, tiny handwriting, Cam reading aloud from it. Otherwise he’s so perfectly proportional you wouldn’t notice the way he’s built, which is: densely. If someone stumbled out of the Alaskan wilderness tomorrow, wondering why we’re all so obsessed with this dumb, complicated game, you’d show them tape of Cam—against the Giants last year, maybe, the game where the Panthers led 35–7 in the third quarter, gave up the entire lead by the end of the fourth, only for Cam to rise up from the turf, unkillable like Michael Myers, and calmly drive his team to victory. Because it’s true, he looks fucking invincible out there. He started smoking cigars two years ago, he says; after the Super Bowl loss he started drinking white wine, too, mostly Chardonnays. “We all have life lessons that we most dearly learn from. All these so-called experts calling him, in effect, lazy.

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They do not reflect the thinking of the league.” Suddenly thrust into the national spotlight, Rodrigue was forced to apologize on Thursday after several racially charged tweets were uncovered on her account from several years ago.“He told us a lot of things.” He managed about 150 terse, angry seconds, eyes cast nowhere in particular, before standing up, walking off, going home to sob. Whether a mean tweet, a mean [person] saying, ‘Hey, you’re supposed to do it like this’—if my son ain’t saying it, then it don’t matter to me.”The Super Bowl still follows him around daily, like a ghost. Using it to grow, even.“What do you want me to do, write another letter back to her? With my father being a preacher, you don’t think I’ve had this discussion before? Playoffs three seasons in a row, Super Bowl last year. Is this even a controversial opinion, to think that Cam lives in a world of coded and not-so-coded critiques that basically boil down to resentment about the existence of such a sublime black quarterback? We’d met maybe 25 minutes prior—one of those situations where we’re both trying to talk about a lot of things in a relatively short amount of time.It was national news—not just the loss but the press conference. And we didn’t.” He’s past it now without regretting it exactly: “I could care less. Cam showing up on your TV every Sunday like Tony Soprano garroting new victims. It’s amazing, the scale and duration of what Cam’s endured from the football public; it’s why I wanted to ask him about it.“I apologize for the offensive tweets from my Twitter account 4/5 years ago,” Rodrigue said in a statement shared on Twitter Thursday afternoon.

“There is no excuse for these tweets and the sentiment behind them.

On a terrible day for the league MVP, Cam Newton was sacked six times, completed just 18 of 41 passes for 265 yards as well as throwing an interception.