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Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper reiterated on Tuesday that the future of Cam Newton won't be decided until the quarterback's health is known. "It's a question of how healthy he is, foot and otherwise," Tepper told a group of reporters in Charlotte. Newton, who is recovering from December surgery for a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, said two weeks ago in Miami that he "had an unbelievable conversation" with general manager Marty Hurney, Tepper, and new head coach Matt Rhule, saying he "left that meeting inspired." He added that he will "absolutely" be back with the Panthers in 2020.

Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper reiterated on Tuesday that the future of Cam Newton won't be decided until the quarterback's health is known. "It's a question of how healthy he is, foot and otherwise," Tepper told a group of reporters in Charlotte. Newton, who is recovering from December surgery for a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, said two weeks ago in Miami that he "had an unbelievable conversation" with general manager Marty Hurney, Tepper, and new head coach Matt Rhule, saying he "left that meeting inspired." He added that he will "absolutely" be back with the Panthers in 2020.

Teams will look to rebuild and reload through free agency and the draft alike, but first let's breakdown each squad's top-three needs as of early February. The following list is organized according to 2020 draft position. Be sure to monitor our 2020 NFL Free Agent Tracker throughout the offseason.

The XFL kicks off this weekend with two games on both Saturday and Sunday, starting with the D.C. Defenders against the Seattle Dragons at Audi Field in Washington D.C. This league, a reboot from a prior iteration of the XFL, offers football fans a chance to continue watching games during the NFL offseason. But with interesting team names, notable head coaches, interesting new rules and former NFL players, there's added intrigue with this league. This guide serves as an overview for football fans to get familiar with the new league before it kicks off.

A sixth-grader from Chicago has turned a rejection from the NFL into a couple of extraordinary pieces of football memorabilia. Danny Speski received an autographed football from New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley and a handwritten letter from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday after Speski wrote to the league about his experience entering a Super Bowl contest. Danny was among 18,000 entrants vying to be one of 32 children selected to run the game ball onto the field at Sunday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.

A sixth-grader from Chicago has turned a rejection from the NFL into a couple of extraordinary pieces of football memorabilia. Danny Speski received an autographed football from New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley and a handwritten letter from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday after Speski wrote to the league about his experience entering a Super Bowl contest. Danny was among 18,000 entrants vying to be one of 32 children selected to run the game ball onto the field at Sunday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.

Jackson's spectacular season drew all 50 votes from a nationwide panel of media members who regularly cover the league. Baltimore's All-Pro set an NFL record for yards rushing by a quarterback (1,206) and led an offense that compiled more yards on the ground (3,296) than any in league history. The Ravens won their final 12 games of the regular season to finish at 14-2, the league's best mark.

Top overall draft pick Kyler Murray has joined such other No. 1 overall selections as Earl Campbell and Cam Newton as The Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. The fast, elusive and creative quarterback is the sixth man to start off the NFL draft and then win the best offensive rookie honor since the 1970 merger. Newton is the most recent, in 2011, one year after Sam Bradford did it.

We saw the success Daniel had with that pad and how well that worked, but we were able to step back a second and look at the bigger picture of athletic protection and say this process worked really well for this application. Do we think we can apply this elsewhere? said co-founder and former Duke kicker Tim Skapek.

We saw the success Daniel had with that pad and how well that worked, but we were able to step back a second and look at the bigger picture of athletic protection and say this process worked really well for this application. Do we think we can apply this elsewhere? said co-founder and former Duke kicker Tim Skapek.

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