Panthers' Cam Newton walks out of interview after Super Bowl 50 loss

by Steven Clarke February 10, 2016, 7:08
Panthers' Cam Newton walks out of interview after Super Bowl 50 loss

Former Raiders and 49ers linebacker Bill Romanowski insists that he wasn't being racist when he called Carolina Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton "boy" in a tweet sent out Sunday night after the Super Bowl.

Speaking to the press in the back area of the stadium after the game, Newton looked dejected and disappointed and had little to say. "I don't know what you want me to say", Newton said. "That's it. They scored more points than us". "We had our opportunities". Despite a season-low passer rating of 55.4, the league MVP had four drops, three passes thrown away due to pressure and one batted down.

Newton spent two-and-a-half minutes answering questions and basically pouting before standing up and leaving. "He didn't come to lose".

While veterans such as Luke Kuechly, Greg Olsen, ex-Jet Jerricho Cotchery and Thomas Davis were willing to patiently face the postgame music, they were more the exception than the rule.

"I'm having a hard time sitting here", Norman said. "In my book... well, I'm not going there".

"This loss really won't set in for quite some time", Norman said.

Newton has very little help from his supporting cast on Sunday evening - other than a stellar defensive effort that limited Peyton Manning and the Broncos' offense to 104 net yards passing, 90 rushing yards and just 1-of-14 on third downs.

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