CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will not be charged in connection with the two-car crash Tuesday involving him and another driver near the team’s stadium in Charlotte, police said.
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department said Newton was traveling at the posted speed of 35 mph when the other driver pulled out in front of him.
Newton was discharged from Carolinas Medical Center on Wednesday morning. He was said to be sore but in good spirits.
The Panthers did not know whether Newton would stay in Charlotte with family or head to his native Atlanta with them to recuperate. Newton will not be at Bank of America Stadium on Wednesday, the team said.
No charges for Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton in connection with Tuesday’s crash – ESPN.