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Saints News, 10/13/16: Cam Newton Participates Fully in Practice

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After Monday's abhorrent performance against the Buccaneers, the Panthers look to be getting their star QB back. Cam Newton has cleared concussion protocols and was a full participant in the Panthers' practice on Thursday, making it likely the Saints will not be seeing Derek Anderson on Sunday barring extraneous circumstances.

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