“It’s so much possibility right now for me, but the fact that this corona situation has hit — I’m not a person to blame or do any of that things, man, it’s business,” Newton said. “But at the same time, I think I have been affected in a lot of ways, and it’s just [unfortunate]. But yeah, at the end of the day, man, I’m going to let the ball play how it play, man, and go from there.”

“I think that’s more important than anything, man. I’ve gained this interest [in] meditating every morning, man, and it’s time for me,” he said. “I’m a fish out of water. I’ve never … known anything other than the Carolina Panthers, and now it’s like I want God to direct my path and put me in a position where I can thrive and be myself. But on top of that, it’s still [about] becoming better.”

Newton, a nine-year NFL veteran, led the Panthers to the Super Bowl in the 2015 season and was named the NFL MVP.

But he has dealt with shoulder and foot injuries the past two seasons.

When healthy, he can single handedly win you games.  

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