By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report Owner/Sr. Writer
Cam Newton’s father is back at it again. Instead of trying to get money from college, this time he has arranged a private workout on February 10th in San Diego.
The workout is to show how Newton is doing leading up to April’s draft. Newton has been working with Quarterback guru George Whitfield since declaring for the NFL draft. Whitfield also worked with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger during his recent four game suspension to begin the 2010 season.
According to reports, Whitfield is “blown away” by Newton’s footwork and acclimation to work under center. Newton was a shot gun quarterback throughout his college stints. He started out at Florida, before moving onto Blinn Junior College, and going to Auburn University.
The entire NFL and its teams are leery of dealing with Cecil Newton. They are going to monitor his influence on his son’s career. Cecil Newton Sr. actually played in the NFL for two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.
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