Ranking of the 6 possible destinations for Cam Newton in 2022

Bob Donnan – USA TODAY Sports

Competitor score: 8/10
Note “Be me”: 8/10
Starting job score: 8/10

Even with Tom Brady hanging up his cleats (for now), Bruce Arians and the Buccaneers aren’t ready to close their window of contention. So if they can’t connect on a trade for a proven veteran such as Deshaun Watson or Russell Wilson, Newton may suddenly become an intriguing option.

With the exception of “The GOAT,” the group is largely expected to be together again. Although their offensive line could suffer two key losses in free agent center Ryan Jensen and retired guard Ali Marpet, bringing back Chris Godwin and tight end Rob Gronkowski (to stay alongside Mike Evans) seem like possibilities. distinct at the moment.

And, surely, an organization that was willing to support Antonio Brown for as long as it did would welcome all the big names. But that, of course, would imply that Newton would be a distraction – which was never the case despite popular belief.

The only harsh perception that can be tested is Newton’s potential suitability for the Arians offensive. Although he still has juice in his arm, does Cam have the ability to consistently push the ball down at a high output?

Total score: 24/30

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