Cam Newton Protects his House; Grabs Bucs Jersey

Cam Newton let us know halfway through the season he wasn't having memorabilia from opposing teams in his house, and he showed us again with the final game of the regular season: during Cam's victory lap, he took a Bucs jersey from someone waving it in the stands.

During week 9, when the Panthers played the Packers at Bank of America stadium in Charlotte, Cam Newton took down a Packers sign during pregame warm-ups, calling it disrespectful. Newton said he took the sign down to protect the Panthers' house. 

Newton showed us he's still trying to protect his house in week 17, when he fell during a victory lap after the game as he grabbed a Jameis Winston jersey from someone in the stands.

 
Cam's postgame tumble

A very happy Cam Newton takes a tumble while pulling down a fan's Jameis Winston jersey, following the Carolina Panthers victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.FOX 46 Charlotte

Posted by Zach Groth - FOX 46 on Sunday, January 3, 2016

 

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