No Apology from Cam Newton for Postgame Press Conference –
While Cam is receiving deserved criticism for his play on the field (and his apparent lackluster effort when he had the chance to dive on a fumble in the 4th quarter), most people know he’s not the only person to blame for the loss.
But it’s his postgame press conference that is receiving the most criticism. If you have read headlines and stories published by the national media, you probably believe Cam walked out because he was tired of the questions from reporters. You haven’t heard the full story.
Less than 30 minutes after being humbled by the Broncos, Cam and his teammates were asked to sit in front of reporters and answer questions about the loss. This is normal in the NFL and like it or not, it’s part of the job. NFL players are expected to act professionally and exemplify sportsmanship by “losing gracefully.” Read more…
Did Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris’ comments prompt Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton to abruptly walk away from reporters following Super Bowl 50?
His voice could be heard above everyone else’s from the Carolina interview area, which was separated from the Broncos’ area by a black curtain.
Watch the video below.
TSR intern: Chantel P.! @_popchanny _____________________________________ Of all conversations still lingering about yesterday’s Super Bowl festivities, Cam Newton’s early self-dismissal from the post-game press conference is definitely amongst the few others. _____________________________________ If you were watching or just on social media, you saw or heard that Cam Newton neglected to answer a question and stormed out of the press conference. While social media and other sports personalities blasted him for being a sore loser there maybe another theory that may give an explanation to why — read more at TheShadeRoom.com (link in bio)
Yahoo Sports reports Cam Newton doesn’t care if you think he was moody and sullen after the Super Bowl. And if you were expecting him to apologize for his actions, think again.
Speaking for the first time since Sunday, Newton didn’t apologize, didn’t clarify, didn’t backtrack on his brief, pouting media conference. Instead, he doubled down on his belief in himself. Here’s a roundup of writeups from reporters at the Panthers’ exit interviews at Bank of America Stadium:
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— Black & Blue Review (@BlackBlueReview) February 9, 2016
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