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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (right), greets members of the Carolina Pride football team. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton throws the ball to youth football players during a practice drill. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton motivates the crowd before he throws the ball to youth football players during a practice drill. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (left), fist bumps Adonis Jones 15 (right), a football player with Carolina Pride during a practice drill. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton throws his arms up to celebrate a youth player who made a catch that Newton threw during a practice drill. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (left),tosses the football to Noah Carrasquillo 9 (right), during a practice drill . Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton throws the ball to youth football players during a practice drill. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Kannapolis Youth Sports Wonders football player Everon Furr 6, completes a catch thrown by Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Kannapolis Youth Sports Wonders football player Everon Furr 6, completes a catch thrown by Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (far right), presents a $11,500 check to the Kannapolis Youth Sports at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following a surprise appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton throws his arms up to celebrate a youth player who made a catch that Newton threw during a practice drill. Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (right), poses with Carolina Pride FCA football coach Stuart Ramirez (left) . Cam Newton made a surprise visit at Revolution Park football field on Wednesday June 18,2014, following an appearance at the Charlotte area DICKÕS Sporting Goods ÒSports MatterÓ celebration. Newton presented more than $65k in checks to save five Charlotte-area youth sports teams. Newton also passed the ball to the youth football players during drills, then signing autographs.
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