Cam Newton Makes $ 1 Million Change in 2021
The 2015 NFL MVP recently shared his plan to lose 20 pounds ahead of the 2021 NFL season, and now he’s talking about another big change for the New Year. Newton is well known for his fashion sense.
Her polarizing outfits were heavily discussed last season and throughout her career. It looks like Newton’s attire has cost him a lot of money over the years. According to one of his recent vlogs, Newton says he may have spent millions on clothes he has only worn once.
It’s a habit he plans to change in the future. Newton thought about it and looked ahead.
One of my New Year’s resolutions is not to shop for high fashion. I want to be more of a thrift store buyer. I want to be more of a vintage buyer. I want to be more of the type who finds gems in cheaper stores, and still be able to make it look great, but I’m still myself. I’ve spent thousands and thousands of dollars, maybe even millions of dollars on clothes that I’ve only worn once, so being able to recycle as close as possible, so to speak, is something difficult. But at the same time, it’s going to be fun doing it throughout this year.
In the video above, Newton also talked about working with his hat stylist to create a Black History Month collection. It’s an interesting video and a complete departure from NFL football.
Potential return to the Patriots
With each passing day, the rhetoric and belief that the Patriots could bring Newton back for a second year seems to become more realistic.
ESPN’s Keyshawn Johnson and Mike reiss both raised the possibility of Newton returning to New England. It all depends on prominent names like Deshaun Watson, Russell Wilson and others in the league. Suppose an improved Newton is in the mix with second level options like Carson Wentz, Marcus Mariota, and Mitchell Trubisky. In this case, it’s not hard to imagine Bill Belichick and Co. returning with the guy who helped them lead them to a 7-8 record in 15 starts despite less than ideal circumstances.
Other options for Newton
Until Newton signs elsewhere, expect to hear independent tipsters regularly mention the Washington football team as a potential landing point. WFT is not settled in this position, and there are too many ties to Newton’s best years with the Carolina Panthers in place, including head coach Ron Rivera and Scott Turner. The latter is the son of the former offensive coordinator of Newton in Carolina, Norv Turner.
Quite frankly, the only destination that makes more sense than WFT is a return to New England. It feels like Newton has unfinished business at Foxborough, and this 2021 meeting with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tom Brady will be more memorable if Newton is in center when the game is played.