Cam Newton abruptly ends presser by rolling his eyes and walking off

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"Does this offense - I know you had several in Detroit and New England - do you think you guys have the wherewithal to do that consistently, week in and week out?"

Reed added that Newton "did answer questions for several minutes before departing, but clearly took an all business approach today".

From the post-Super Bowl 50 tantrum to the recent incident with Charlotte Observer reporter Jourdan Rodrigue, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has a long history of clashing with the media.

Newton was physically disengaged as the reporter asked the question and decided he didn't want to answer it.

Newton's decision last week came two weeks after he apologized for comments he said were "extremely degrading and disrespectful to women".

Former Auburn quarterback Cam Newton has drawn more attention for his behavior at a press conference.

Newton infamously walked out of his postgame press conference after the Panthers lost to the Denver Broncos 24-10 in Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016. So far this season, Newton has thrown nine touchdown passes to 10 interceptions. While continuing to smirk dismissively, he stated that "It's amusing to hear a female talk about routes".



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