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Posted at 12:52 PM ET, 02/10/2011

Cam Newton shows the media his skills

By Cindy Boren

Cam Newton's media workout is underway.

Yes, "media workout." The Heisman Trophy winning quarterback from Auburn has invited reporters to spend an hour watch his training regimen at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego.

"It's really a chance for Cam to get out there and say, 'I'm not hiding anything. I want you to see how well I'm doing,' " George Whitfield Jr., a private quarterback coach who worked with Ben Roethlisberger during his suspension, told al.com.

NFL scouts are barred from attending the workout; the NFL combine runs from Feb. 24-March 1.

NFL scout just told me that Cam Newton's media workout will have no impact on the grading process--and the entire event "makes no sense."less than a minute ago via web

By Cindy Boren  | February 10, 2011; 12:52 PM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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Comments

I so hope we draft Cam Newton.

Posted by: jm220 | February 10, 2011 1:31 PM | Report abuse

Sorry, jm. I so hope you're disappointed on draft day.

Posted by: freakzilla | February 10, 2011 3:55 PM | Report abuse

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