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The NFL Commissioner is standing strong on the Patriots loss of draft picks, and it may be because he knows the Kraft family will ultimately support him no matter what the situation.
Cam Newton spoke to the media today and didn't back down or apologize for his immature interview after the Super Bowl. Glenn, Lou and Christian talk about Newton's attitude and listen to his comments.
team, is that there are a lot of guys that have been hurt or are coming back from being hurt,” said Panthers coach Ron Rivera , who faced New England last month. “So it’s hard to really get a good gauge as to who they are or what they are going to be
However, the next stage of his development will likely be tied to who will take over as the next coach in Carolina. If Ron Rivera and his staff are shown the door, Newton needs a quarterback-friendly OC and/or head coach if he can continue
backing of his GM. Now, if the owner fired the GM, it would be another matter altogether. SHOULDN'T BUY GREEN BANANAS Ron Rivera , Panthers: There are a few bright spots there, but it's been mostly been a struggle for Rivera in his second season
mostly one-word answers before abruptly walking out on reporters, saying, “I’m done, man.” Panthers coach Ron Rivera apparently is not as concerned as fans and media members. In an interview with Pro Football Talk, Rivera defended his
about skill set. ... The only thing that has changed [about me] is that we’re winning now.” Panthers coach Ron Rivera defended Newton for enjoying himself after touchdowns. “I think some people believe you should be stoic when you play
that direction. It blows my mind. I told him he can’t let stuff that people say get to you.” Panthers coach Ron Rivera , however, said no such behavior would be allowed on his team. “If there is something out there that is factual, that
interest in the MVP race. The fabricated outrage over his end zone dancing is overshadowing the great coaching job by Ron Rivera . 2. (1) Patriots (10-1) — The quest for a perfect season is over with an OT loss to the Broncos in Denver. Despite
Denver and Carolina, then trips to Minnesota and Arizona later in the year. 4. (4) Panthers (6-0) — Riverboat Ron Rivera and the Panthers stay hot in the NFC, with a convincing win over the Eagles. Cam Newton looks better each week. 5. (5) Broncos