Cam Newton joins Kerfuffle with Dolphins players after Pat Nutus’ win, stating rival rivals were reaching for the chains

Cam Newton joined the Miami Dolphins in a small kerfal with players following the New England Patriots’ 21–11 win in the first game of the 2020 season.

Newton had to be held back as the Dolphins players were coming in his face. The quarterback, who made his Patriots debut, explained what changed in the midfield that pushed and pushed.

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He told reporters that the guards were leaving for his series.

“I still got my series. I got two em’s. They were reaching for my series, though. They were arriving for my series. And I think that kind of got under my skin. But yes, through it all, the man listens – I don’t want anything to be snatched away from a great team game that we had. And I don’t want to get that kind of focus or focus on it. I think for us as a team, or me personally – a lot of tempers can flare up. And I was teasing with the coach, just telling him that College Park almost came out inside me. Still, all of this, through the man, was all fun and games; And it was expected, “according to CBS Sports, Newton said.

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“It was a competitive sport – both sides. You just have to feel who you are talking to, and just keep everything in the game. I realized that I am talking to a person who is known to do divisions. Therefore, walking back and forth was not a specialty of itself. But at the end of the day, it is football; And for me, no matter who I am, I play with a competitive edge and I expect the other team to also have a competitive edge. And at the end of the day, anything outside of that, it’s just about respect. I do not disrespect anyone, and I would not want anyone to disrespect me. But still at the end of the day, we got the thing that was most valuable today, and it is a win. “

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton has words with the Miami Dolphins players after an NFL football game, Sunday, September 13, 2020, in Foxboro, Mass. (AP Photo / Charles Krupa).

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Newton had two explosive touchdowns in his Patriots debut. He was 15-for-19 with 155 passing yards and found Julian Edelman five times for 57 yards. Sonny Mitchell also had a crowded touchdown.