Panthers | Cam Newton has successful surgery
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (ankle) had successful surgery to fix ligament damage in his left ankle Wednesday, March 19, and his full recovery process will take four months. Newton could be allowed to throw on a limited basis before that, however. ESPN's Stephania Bell said Newton's running shouldn't be affected by his surgery.
Fantasy Tip: Newton will miss valuable training time over the summer, especially with whoever his new receivers may be for the upcoming season. The absence of any notable wideouts on roster right now is perplexing. Newton has become a sizeable risk as a QB1, and he's probably safer as a backup the way things are looking.
2014-03-19 15:41:47 | Source: ESPN.com - David Newton
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