Jon Gruden (Jon Gruden) met Cam Newton in ESPN’s QB training camp in 2011, and the match played against Gruden in Las Vegas. Newton and the Las Vegas Raiders of the New England Patriots revisited.
“I haven’t seen many people walk through Cam’s doors. I call him’Slam’. Newton Grand Slam. That’s the nickname I gave him. He is a quarterback power forward,” Gruden said. Speaking to the Patriot reporter on the conference call.
Now, Gruden’s 2-0 Raiders must slow down the 6-foot-5, 245-pound Newton, who was a double threat in the Patriots’ 1-1 start. Newton scored 552 yards in 45 of 63 yards, one touchdown and one interception, while 26 carry and four touchdowns added 1
Gruden said: “Cam looks like his usual Cam. He threatens to do a lot of different things.” His team scored an impressive 34-24 home victory for the New Orleans Saints on Monday night. An impressive victory.
“This is a difficult operation. Always when you play against Cam Newton and the New England Patriots, now they have joined forces. This is a double for every defender, every coach and every team. trouble.”
Gruden said that given his style of play, he was happy to see Newton recovering from his shoulder and foot injuries.
“When he picks up people with his right shoulder, they will kick to the left. [Then] He stood up and threw bullets on the ground. I don’t know how he did it. …I think this is amazing,” he said.