Will former NFL MVP retire?

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Cam Newton is fired from the New England Patriots, putting retirement into question.

After Cam Newton was fired by the New England Patriots Tuesday morning, chances are he might hang the spikes.

Former NFL MVP and Carolina Panthers franchise quarterback hasn’t been the same player since Super Bowl 50. While he should be remembered as a legend in Charlotte and college football for his brilliant 2010 season at Auburn, we have to wonder if Newton decides to retire rather than a bridging starter or backup quarterback for what is now the third To be NFL team.

What are the odds that Newton will call it a career after 10 seasons in the NFL and 11 training camps?

Cam Newton Released: Will Former NFL MVP Quarterback Retire?

With Newton being cut by the Patriots, it means his days as a serious quarterback are over. While he only turned 32 in May, Newton has been a quarterback under 500 since the 2018 campaign. He has taken physical blows as a playmaker with two threats, and while he’s built like a Greek god, one might wonder if this is it End of the line is.

So is Newton going to retire?

Probably not right away.

He’s good enough to start for about four or five teams in the league this year. Obviously, his vaccination status could make it difficult for him to go to another organization. We’re only one major injury away, however, from a quarterback-desperate team that is causing a stir in Newton’s representation. Look for him to play somewhere this year.

While Newton hasn’t been in the NFL for long, there’s a good chance we won’t have seen him for the last time.