Panthers QB Cam Newton is back in full practice one week after a car accident that resulted in two broken bones in his back.
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Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is back as a full participant in practice only a week after being involved in a car crash that sent him to the hospital with two broken bones in his back.
Newton was seen running around with teammates and throwing 60-yard passes in practice today, and a video from Bill Voth of Black and Blue Review, showed Newton looked fairly comfortable while sprinting from drill to drill and throwing passes during individual drills.
Newton was involved in a two-car wreck last week in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina. He was taken to the hospital as a precaution and it was revealed that he had two minor back fractures.
Newton was deactivated for the Week 15 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a game which the team won with the help of backup QB Derek Anderson.