Cam Newton, former NFL quarterback, is apparently planning his NFL comeback.
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He took to Twitter on Monday to drop a video announcing that he will be throwing at the upcoming Auburn Pro Day in hopes of landing an opportunity to return to the field.
This will be a full circle moment for the all-pro player, as he is no stranger to Auburn. This is where Newtown, 33, began his NFL journey back in 2011 as a number one overall pick and won a Heisman Trophy.
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In the video, Cam wants to know how “random” quarterbacks are still getting jobs right in front of him.
Newton states, “Ain’t 32 (expletive) better than me, ya dig?”
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Though reaching major heights in his career, a series of injuries led to his departure from the sport. Since being cut, he’s continued landing endorsements with major brands and hosting his Youtube podcast Funky Fridays with Cam Newton.
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