Despite the fact that the Panthers are endeavoring to exchange quarterback Cam Newton in the wake of handling another sign guest in free operator Teddy Bridgewater, Carolina is experiencing difficulty finding a suitor, as indicated by Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic (Twitter interface). Subsequently, the Panthers are probably going to just discharge Newton soon.
Carolina’s failure to bargain Newton is to a great extent the consequence of two variables. To start with, the stockpile of quarterbacks right now exceeds the interest. Groups like the Bears and Colts have just made increases under focus, while the Chargers aren’t wanting to make a run at a veteran quarterback. All things considered, the Patriots might be the main club needing an accomplished passer.
Second, Newton completed the 2019 crusade on harmed save subsequent to going down with a Lisfranc injury. Intrigued groups might absolutely want to have Newton take a physical before gaining them, yet given the current COVID-19 travel limitations, that doesn’t seem conceivable. It appears to be far fetched any club would take a risk on Newton’s wellbeing without looking at them face to face.
The Panthers have no goal of holding both Newton and Bridgewater, per Rodrigue, so once the last finishes a physical with Carolina, Newton is probably going to be cut. By then, the Panthers would get $19.1MM in top alleviation while engrossing $2MM in dead cash.