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Cam Newton says hell keep on dancing to get to his happy place

Cam Newton says hell keep on dancing to get to his happy place
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina Panthers quarterback http://www.lionsshopnfl.com/Authentic-Ryan-Broyles-Jersey Cam Newton showed no sign on Wednesday that he plans to stop dancing or celebrating touchdowns, regardless of the attention it brings. "It takes me to a happy place," he said of his celebrations. "I remember when I was in high school I used to look up to guys and mimic [them]. Now they're doing the things I do. "People are looking at you whether you want them or not. When I see people do the celebration I do, it makes me happy.'' Newton performed an Atlanta-based dance called the "dab'' after his 2-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 27-10 victory at Tennessee. Days later, the dance still was a hot topic Womens Alex Carter Jersey among fans and other NFL players on social media. Rosemary Plorin of Nashville, Tennessee, who attended the game with her 9-year-old daughter, sent a letter to The Charlotte Observer questioning whether Newton set a good example with his dance. "Everybody is entitled to their own opinion. You can't fault her for that. It is what it is," Newton said. "If she feels offended I'll apologize to her, but at the end of the day I am who I am.'' Newton did the "dab" mixed in with a little "Hit Dem Folks" move instead of his normal "Superman" celebration after his touchdown at the suggestion of his younger brother, Caylin, a high school quarterback in Newton's hometown of Atlanta. Newton said after the game that no disrespect was meant to the Titans, who were rankled by the quarterback's antics. Panthers coach Ron Rivera, meanwhile, said no harm was intended. "I'm not doing it to be disrespectful to http://www.lionsshopnfl.com/Authentic-Laken-Tomlinson-Jersey nobody, more so just doing it just to shine light and get people a smile and having fun doing what I do,'' Newton said. Newton's dance was rated the No. 2 celebration from last weekend on the NFL's official website. Rivera said that the attention Newton has gotten for the dance has been a reprieve, to a degree, from the pressure of being 9-0. "In terms of being able to take a breath and not have to worry about football for a second," Rivera said. "We can worry about dancing.

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