Cam Newton Calls Panthers Fans 'Classless' For Cheering Manziel Injury
Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Panthers QB Cam Newton was not happy when Carolina fans started cheering when Browns QB Johnny Manziel left the game with a hamstring injury in the first half of Sunday's game. After the game he called them out...

"The only thing I can say is it was sad to see the crowd's response when he was getting hurt, man.

I just think it was classless. Anytime a person's hurt, you don't celebrate. It takes the integrity out of the game.

But for the crowd to respond in that type of way, we're better than that. That's not who we are."
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Sampson, you are the clueless one if you believe that. Try googling "Cam Newton Katrina". Or just keep eating up whatever is shoved in front of you.
Reply76 months
Wow, Cam calling others classless, look in the mirror Cam! Still a disgrace. As far as Johnny Show Me The Money Football, just a matter of time, he won't make it, his hands will be asking for handout soon (palms up)
Reply76 months
How does "integrity" apply here? Cam is trying to use words he doesn't understand to impress others. I have nothing against Cam. He at least speaks than J Winston.
Reply76 months
Does anyone disagree with his statement? Or is everyone just hating for no reason?
Reply76 months
Classless like making Katrina references to Saints players?
Reply76 months
Cam is such a boss.
Reply76 months
This jackass talks about class as he acts like Superman tearing open his shirt after a first down or other accomplishments? LOL OK, the fans lack class...

Reply76 months
Will the SEC ever get over the emotional scars Cam left on them?
Reply76 months
Did Scam just use the word integrity and didnt burst into flames??? Wow?!?!?
Reply76 months
Newton calling anyone classless this is a Joke...Right ??
Reply76 months
No one messes with Larry's boo.
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