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Newton on Newton, part two

He is a rotational thrower (in track). With that spin, you have to be quick. He is extremely agile in both sports. To spin with that 12-pound shot in your hand and then throw requires explosion.

"I will let the coaches figure that out. Right now he is tearing them up at defensive tackle. His head coach told me today that they have to stop practice sometimes and put three people on him because they can't block him," John Newton said. "He can play both ends, sometimes even the nose (guard). He can penetrate and could possibly play outside linebacker and drop into coverage, and that could be... Recommended Stories

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