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Cam Newton focused on present when asked about 2021 return

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Cam Newton isn't worried about his future with the Patriots right now.
Though some may already want to look ahead to 2021 after the Patriots' loss to the Texans on Sunday, the quarterback is staying in the moment. Newton, who signed a one-year deal to join the Patriots, was asked on WEEI's “The Greg Hill Show” on Monday morning if he has any interest in being a Patriot in 2021. He laughed it off and kept the focus on this week.
“I have interest in winning the Arizona Cardinals game. How about that?” Newton said. “I mean, there are so many things that... I don't want to even harp or dwell...
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