Despite Cam Newton’s stellar performances over two games this season, the Patriots likely won’t adjust his one-year contract, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Newton, 31, signed a one-year deal with a base contract of $1 million, but the incentives could get him to $7.5 million. After losing Tom Brady during the offseason, the Patriots couldn’t have struck a better deal to remain competitive and financially stay afloat. The former NFL MVP has four rushing touchdowns and a 71.4 completion percentage over the first two games. Adjusting his contract midseason is unlikely.