Panthers' Cam Newton (shoulder) throws in individual drills

Newton throws in team drills for first time in 2 weeks

Panthers' Cam Newton (shoulder) throws in individual drills

It was the first time Newton had thrown in 11-on-11 situations since July 30. He attempted four passes on consecutive plays during red zone drills, according to Panthers.com's Bryan Strickland.

Cam Newton has been dealing with some soreness in his surgically-repaired shoulder, but the Carolina Panthers quarterback took an important step forward on Sunday.

"Today was a good step".

Coach Ron Rivera hopes the 2015 NFL MVP will be available to participate in team drills in joint practices with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday and Thursday in Nashville.

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He had been throwing during the first five days of training camp but has since been limited to light throwing after being pulled from practice on July 30 due to fatigue. "I'm really pleased with his progress".

Carolina is wisely being cautious with Newton, who's coming off surgery in late March to fix a partially torn rotator cuff.

Our models project Newton for 3,693 passing yards, 24.48 touchdowns, and 13.46 interceptions on 526 passing attempts, adding 92 rushes for 528 rushing yards and 5.13 touchdowns.

It didn't help that Newton took a beating last season and was sacked 36 times in 14 starts. Newton will still run, but the Panthers might be as cautious as ever with their franchise quarterback in 2017.

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