Cam Newton: I Can’t Go Out Like That | I AM ATHLETE with Brandon Marshall, Chad Johnson & More

Cam Newton: I Can’t Go Out Like That | I AM ATHLETE with Brandon Marshall, Chad Johnson & More

Cam Newton sits down exclusively with Brandon Marshall, Chad Johnson and Fred Taylor in a rare public conversation about everything on and off the field.

A friendly football discussion of Cam deciding between Chad and Brandon on who the X would be in his ideal offense quickly turns up the heat to hard hitting questions on what went on this past season. Fred says Cam had the hardest job in the league following Tom Brady and relates to the tough position he was put in coming into the New England offense. Cam explains how he found the process of missing the offseason instrumental to getting in sync with his team and a lesson in why the little things are big things in the end. Brandon doesn’t shy away from him talking about his up and down play during this past season while calling him out for it on air a few times. Tackling the rumors that Cam is done and seeking retirement- Cam says he’s never been the favorite and that fuels him but he quickly clears up that he is not going out like that and there aren’t 32 guys better than he is!!

Taking a trip down memory lane, Cam and Fred reminisce about meeting during Cam’s early college football days in Florida and Cam telling the story of how Fred set the bar of professionalism and character that he desired to have in his career. The two reference their old friend and teammate “Chico” the late Aaron Hernandez which leads them into a tough discussion of disbelief and confusion with what really went on with him.

Chef Jonathan Lowe fills in for Chef Nancie and makes a vegan meal for Cam which immediately draws critique from Chad on healthy eating habits who then volunteers that he should take over Cam’s diet this offseason to get him eating right.

Cam exclusively opens up about his new hat line and in celebration of Black History Month a design tribute to honoring trail blazers starting with Rosa Parks. Keeping his business hat on, Cam tells the guys that his passion for cigars, art and live music led him to open Fellaship, an upscale premium dining experience in Atlanta. Applying what he has learned on the field as a leader into running a business, Cam shares why he loves being hands on with the details and the daily operation.

Changing gears real fast- Brandon asks the guys about men’s hygiene which leads into a wild conversation about manscaping and the things guys should and shouldn’t do!

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81 Responses

  1. MikeFrmCinemark says:

    Cam look like the rich uncle that give the kids 100$ every time you see him

  2. Rory Askin says:

    Cam needed this positive exposure. No one has allowed him to be heard. B Marshall u the man for this one. Thanks Fred for just being you. Value

  3. Diandria Brooks says:

    The look on Cam’s face when Brandon being messy and cutting him off is priceless. He held his own and was able to get his point across without arguing

  4. Da Kid Gowie says:

    Cam Newton has always been one of the realest in the league. Physically, he’s also the hardest working QB in the league to this day. He will always have my respect!

  5. Devin Fox says:

    This episode was great but it woulda been even better with Channing.

  6. Michael O says:

    Fred: shows love to cam for like 4 mins
    Cam: appreciate that

    Brandon: so do y’all shave your balls?

  7. Maj Grace says:


    Cam: β€œI’m from Atlanta Georgia”!!πŸ˜‚

  8. Jojo B. says:

    Future and Cam brought those hats into modern black culture, lol

  9. Flaco says:

    Fred T: “I’m still that n….”


  10. Priscilla ADDISON- Crosby says:

    Brandon needs to shut up sometimes. It’s about his guest. I wanted to hear about the Patriot way for Cam, he cut across him

  11. Melijah Earl says:

    Somebody delivering an obituary: Here lies my father. A great man, father, husband, football coach…

    B Marsh: Hold on hold on hold on, I gotta stop you right there, because I used to play for your father! And you know, he was a great football coach, and I never really got the chance to see him as a father or a husband. So let’s talk about what his life was like outside of coaching football.

  12. Prince of the Reptiles says:

    could literally watch this all day. they talk like real humans with real emotions

  13. Nam Tran says:

    β€œI had the Patriot Way in Denver. I had the Patriot Way in Denver.” -B. Marsh

    Cam’s face at 34:10 πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  14. Mr. Capital says:

    Respect to the boys here for speaking on the “Chico” Hernandez situation. Use me as an agree button!

  15. Vendrix Victor says:

    Cam Is what Allen Iverson was too me! Iconic and Trail Blazer for Black QBs! He is GOAT in my eyes βœŠπŸΎβœŠπŸΎπŸ’

  16. Quis says:

    B Marsh: You like him there Ocho?
    Ocho: Boy that boy β€œYAKAKK”

  17. Obediah P says:

    Watching this makes me realize how ignorant that kid was that disrespected this man. Lil man could’ve learned so much from Cam’s genuine soul, from a lot of aspects.

    • My Lord says:

      They’ll do anything for clout. Like literally πŸ˜’

    • Dee Eagle says:

      Yeah 100%. However i’m of the mind that Cam should have just ignored him. The kid said cam is wack? Child have you looked at cam’s resume? Go win a JUCO chip (no, not be part of team, but be an INTEGRAL part of why you win it) before doing the same for a college natty, league MVP, Heisman, etc etc.

  18. Rodrigo Salgdo says:

    That Aaron Hernandez conversation would never be on tv, but it was dope as fuck to hear.

  19. Lauren Gant says:

    B Marsh sitting back like a proud mom when Cam started talking about genetics to Ocho 🀣

  20. TimeBucks says:

    I feel like a nosy woman eavesdropping on men

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