• X-rays on Cam Newton's ribs, ankle reveal no fractures

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 2, 2013
    X-rays on Cam Newton’s injured ribs and ankle this week showed no fractures, clearing the way for the Panthers’ franchise quarterback to participate fully in the team’s offseason workouts. The X-rays on Newton's ribs and left ankle were negative this week, Panthers trainer Ryan Vermillion said. Newton also left for one play during the third quarter, when he fell on the ball and hurt his ribs at the end of a 9-yard scramble. Newton left the game against the Saints for five plays Sunday after defensive lineman Turk McBride rolled up on Newton's left ankle. Newton, 6-5 and 245 pounds, has been resilient his first two seasons. But any time a franchise quarterback goes down hard and is scheduled for follow-up tests, the franchise understandably has a high level of concern.
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      X-rays on Cam Newton?s injured ribs and ankle this week showed no fractures, clearing the way for the Panthers? franchise quarterback to participate fully in the team?s offseason workouts.Click to Continue »

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