Bart Scott responds to news that Cam Newton has re-signed with the New England Patriots (1:41)

Cam Newton is again signing a one-year contract with the Patriots, sources have confirmed to ESPN

The order has a volume of up to 14 million US dollars, said a source Adam Schefter of ESPN with

Newton, who will turn 32 in May, was hoping to return to New England in 2020 after signing a modest one-year contract with the team on the “I Am Athlete” podcast in late February, saying he was open to one more One year New England contract

“I’m sick of switching [teams],” said the quarterback. “I’ve got to a point in my career where I know a lot more than I did last year

In 2020, Newton was 242 out of 368 for 2657 yards passing, 8 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions.But while this production wasn’t up to his personal standard – in part because the receivers and tight ends around him weren’t high-profile options – he was effective as a rusher with 592 yards on 137 tries ) 3 yards per carry) and 12 touchdowns

Newton got off to a hot start in 2020 after joining the Patriots in late June After testing positive for COVID-19 in early October, he said it was a challenge for him to catch up with the pace of the team’s evolving offense. His performance dropped noticeably, and he said this underscored the importance of being in the off-season to be with a new team

The Patriots went 7-8 and finished 7-9 with Newton in the lead, missing the playoffs for the first time since the 2008 season

Before joining the Patriots, Newton was the No. 1 pick in 2011 was released by the Carolina Panthers after playing 14 games in 2019 with a Lisfranc injury and the last two games of the 2018 season with a shoulder injury that also required surgery

He spent nine seasons with the Panthers and was named the NFL MVP in 2015 when he scored 45 regular season touchdowns and led Carolina to Super Bowl 50, where he lost to the Denver Broncos

Newton, who holds the most records of Carolina’s career-passing, has 31Thrown 698 yards with 190 touchdowns and 118 interceptions and is for 5398 yards and 70 touchdowns run

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World News – USA – Sources: Newton returns to Pats on a one-year contract