SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton made one fan's day Monday after training camp practice in Spartanburg.
As Newton was walking off the field, he spotted a young man in a wheelchair. He then walked over to the man and proceeded to take off his cleats, autograph them and hand them to the fan.
According to Sports Illustrated's Peter King, after taking a picture with the wheelchair-bound fan, Newton walked off, leaving the man smiling from ear to ear.
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