Cam Newton is meeting the media head-on in San Fran this week leading up to Super Bowl 50.
And he’s probably one of a few guys who can actually do that and come away better for it. Mainly, because he’s right, he is criticized unjustly and he’s also very good at what he said.
“It’s not necessarily the media pressure, it’s just media requirements that is getting up under a lot of people’s skin,” Newton told the media swarm Wednesday in San Francisco.
“I think I’ve got to meet with you guys another time and nothing’s going to change. I’ll be walking out in this room, walking up those stairs, going to another meeting, going to practice, probably playing a couple of video games, talking to my parents, making sure they make it here on time, waking up, brushing my teeth – obviously – go to another meeting. Depends on what the breakfast looks like, if I may eat it or not. Go to the team meeting, come back to you guys and talk. I don’t get it. I don’t know what you guys want to know, man, but it is what it is.”