Shutdown Corner

  • Cam Newton says he has no regrets about postgame press conference

    Jay Busbee at Shutdown Corner32 mins ago

    Cam Newton doesn't care if you think he was moody and sullen after the Super Bowl. And if you were expecting him to apologize for his actions, think again.

    Speaking for the first time since Sunday, Newton didn't apologize, didn't clarify, didn't backtrack on his brief, pouting press conference. Instead, he doubled down on his belief in himself. Here's a roundup of writeups from reporters at the Panthers' exit interviews at Bank of America Stadium:

    Cam Newton making no apologies for postgame press conference. "Show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser."

    Cam Newton: "If I offended anyone, that's cool." But said he would not conform for anyone.

    Cam: I don't have no more tears to cry

    Cam: "I don't have to conform to what anybody wants. I am my own person."

    Cam: I'm on record as being a sore loser. I hate losing. You show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser

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  • Police: Bills' McCoy, others assaulted off-duty police officers

    Shalise Manza Young at Shutdown Corner22 hrs ago

    According to two reports out of Philadelphia, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy and former NFL back Curtis Brinkley are being investigated after an incident with off-duty police officers., which got a look at the police report, says McCoy and Brinkley were at Recess Lounge at around 2:30 a.m. on Sunday when they got into an altercation with three off-duty officers that began "over the purchase of champagne." Brinkley grabbed the bottle, setting things off between the men.

    A law enforcement official told that two of the officers suffered broken ribs; television station WPVI reported those men had to be hospitalized for their injuries.

    Neither McCoy nor Brinkley were arrested, but both men are being investigated.

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