Cam Newton has been in a lot of discussion recently, especially for a viral video of a teenager who was silencing at his football camp. But in his recent appearance On the “I’m Athlete” podcast Along with Fred Taylor, Brandon Marshall and Chad Oshoinco, Newton provided interesting insights on a few other topics – most notably the Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick.
Newton had a wonderful season as a quarterback in New England, where he struggled to the tune of 2,657 yards, eight touchdowns and 10 interceptions, and most likely will not return in 2021. But he has no strict feelings for the organization, and some kind words for Bill Belichick.
“I think Bill Belichick is the wrong man in all of sports,” Newton said.
“He’s dope as S-T. Like, he’s a cool dude. He understands the game. He’s like the historian of the game. For you just to sit down and chat with him, damn, he’s back. Is going and he has got the film. Like, literally teaching the game. “
Newton acknowledged that Bellich could work hard, but said he appreciated it – as well as the team’s first mentality that the Patriots worked.
“Newton said,” No one has that aura in a team where you don’t want to be around them. “” Everything is ready to win. If you are not made to win, there is no room for you. “