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first_imgMORE: The NFL QBs who will be paid more than Newton in 2020 The Panthers freed up $19.1 million of cap space by releasing Newton. That more than covered the $14 million cap hit this year (per Spotrac.com) for Newton’s replacement, Teddy Bridgewater.”Like I said, I’m not bitter, I don’t have any hatred, I just understand that this is a business first,” Newton said in the video. IYER: Why the Pats signed NewtonBENDER: Why Cam improves Pats’ SB chances “I’m angry . . . I feel let down,” he said as he walked, “but at the same time, hey, I’m not bitter.””I know since the day that I first came into this league that this day was going to come,” he added. He said the Panthers were a “great organization.””I’ll say this right now: I never once wanted to leave Carolina. Don’t let them make you believe anything else,” he said. “It was their decision, I stuck with it, and I knew that, so I asked for a trade. Everything else? That’s BS.”The trade talks ended a week later when the Panthers released Newton on March 24. A little over three months after that, he became a Patriot, agreeing on a one-year deal with a minimal base salary and incentives that could push the value of the contract as high as $7.5 million. Cam Newton is headed to Foxborough after agreeing to a contract with the Patriots — and after giving Panthers fans an inside look at his exit from Charlotte last March.Newton’s site posted a YouTube video Monday that was one part thank you to the Carolinas and one part Team Cam’s version of events. The video begins with Newton working out on a home treadmill. A graphic of “MARCH 17, 2020/ATLANTA, GA” appears. News of his trade request had just broken.last_img read more

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first_imgA Berbice man accused of stealing a Police Officer’s car was granted ,000 bail by city Magistrate Dylan Bess.Kamesh Bowen, 20, pleaded not guilty to the charge which stated that on May 25, 2016, at Georgetown, he stole one motor car valued $1,100,000, property of Andy Beckam.Bowen told the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts he found the car with the key in the ignition and decided to enter it. He also said he thought the vehicle was ‘old’ and unused, since it was rare for people in Guyana to leave their car in such a manner.The prosecution objected to bail on the grounds that the man had no fixed place of abode and, as such, he may pose a flight risk.Magistrate Bess, however, took into consideration Bowen’s not guilty plea and granted him bail after he told the Court he originally came from Berbice and provided the Court with his home address.The matter will continue on June 15.last_img read more

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