Cam Newton abruptly walks out of press conference

Cam Newton abruptly walks out of press conference

Cam Newton abruptly walks out of press conference

When Newton was asked about the lack of chunk yardage his offense is generating this season, Newton said "next question" and then abruptly ended his presser, storming off the stage.

Cam Newton took part in his routine press conference Wednesday afternoon at the Panthers' facility. He later issued an apology via video on social media. He answered questions for more than nine minutes prior to leaving.

It's not the first time Newton has walked out of a press conference - his most publicized early exit followed the Panthers' 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50.

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Last week, Newton skipped his mid-week news conference in violation of National Football League media policy - all National Football League players are supposed to be available at least one day during the week of a game. Newton came under fire after he told a female reporter that "it's amusing to hear a female talk about routes" when asked about one of his teammates route-making skills. "And to be honest, that was not my intention. What I did was extremely unacceptable".

Panthers spokesman Steven Drummond spoke to Newton after his press conference and said later about the incident: "Cam didn't intend to be discourteous toward any specific media member".

Cam and the Panthers, 4-3, will take on the Buccaneers in Tampa Bay this Sunday.

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