Cam Newton was one of the best quarterbacks in the entire National Football League a few years ago but over the past couple of seasons, injuries have kept him from achieving his full potential.
Newton didn't participate in practice for the third straight day on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, which means that it's very likely that he won't play on Sunday.
Rivera's reaction may have been a bit much, but he did just say that he wasn't going to answer any other questions about Newton.
With Newton's playing status up in the air, the media understandably had a lot of questions about Carolina's quarterback during a press conference with Panthers coach Ron Rivera on Thursday, a press conference that didn't exactly end up going as planned.
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"I just asked you to ask questions about somebody else", Rivera said.
Newton, who played his collegiate football at Auburn, was originally selected by Carolina with the first overall pick of the 2011 NFL Draft.
The Panthers coach reiterated that he wouldn't know more about Newton until Friday and wanted to hear questions about the Arizona Cardinals.
Panthers GM Marty Hurney confirmed Newton aggravated the left foot injury and added the QB told the team after the game.
Carolina next plays the Arizona Cardinals on September 22 at 4:05 p.m.