Panthers ask, ‘Who is the franchise GOAT?’ Fans ask, ‘Why isn’t Cam Newton an option?’

first_imgAnyways, here’s the best of “Um, Cam?”You forgot one. The 🐐 is Cam Newton!— Ashleigh Jarrell (@MrsAshJarrell) June 17,— SomeDude (@SomeDudeInNC) June 17,— Brett Gendoes (@BrettGendoes) June 17,— questnine (@santamagino1) June 17,— Jason Moore (@Jasonmoore24) June 17, 2020Umm…option 4 #KeepPounding— glynnise mccorkle (@ghm021870) June 17, [email protected] is definitely the 🐐 for the @Panthers (I like all those listed too, Cam was the best!!!!)— e.christian.allen (@EChristianAllen) June 17, 2020Top 3 Panther all time— Jarrett Costin (@Jdcostin910) June 17, 2020All of them plus this guy— Steve Brooks (@BrooksCoach) June 17, 2020D.— Cody M. (@_CDMarcum) June 18, 2020Carolina could have gone full Zoom call and added Newton, Greg Olsen (another less-than-happy exit), DeAngelo Williams (ditto), Thomas Davis and the late Sam Mills, among others. (Christian McCaffrey still has a way to go.) Instead, it went with just three, and the MVP and Super Bowl quarterback didn’t make the cut.If that was done just for the clicks, then, well-played, Panthers. If that was done because of how the breakup went, then, well, that was a . . . catty thing to do. Choose your 🐐— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) June 17, 2020It couldn’t have been because the Panthers released Newton last March after nine seasons and that Newton has made it clear the breakup wasn’t amicable. No way that was the case, right?MORE: Former Newton teammate says Panthers mismanaged injuries for years NFL fans on Twitter broke out their finest Cam Newton GIFs on Wednesday after the Panthers omitted their longtime quarterback from a poll to decide who is the greatest player in franchise history.Carolina went with Julius Peppers (reply), Steve Smith Sr. (retweet) and Luke Kuechly (like). Maybe the limited Twitter voting options forced an impossible decision.last_img

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