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    Carolina Panthers QB says "it's not fun getting hit in the head," but doesn't blame officials for not throwing flags nor Broncos for targeting.

Carolina Panthers QB says "it's not fun getting hit in the head," but doesn't blame officials for not throwing flags nor Broncos for targeting. Scott Fowler sfowler@charlotteobserver.com
Carolina Panthers QB says "it's not fun getting hit in the head," but doesn't blame officials for not throwing flags nor Broncos for targeting. Scott Fowler sfowler@charlotteobserver.com

Hits against Panthers’ Cam Newton raise questions about protocol, officiating bias

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