Cam Newton was involved in a scrimmage at the youth soccer tournament in Atlanta

A video surfaced Sunday showing Newton camming the 2015 NFL MVP Getting involved in a quarrel In the 7-on-7 youth soccer tournament in Atlanta.

The video shows Newton, wearing one of his custom hats, being jostled by three people near the top of a set of steps before the pushing, shoving and grabbing moves toward the fence line. The video lasts less than 30 seconds before the altercation is broken up by a policeman and event security at the WeBall Sports x DynastyU 7v7 tournament at BEST Academy.

Newton, the No. 1 overall pick in 2011 out of Auburn, doesn't appear to throw any punches in the video and appears to be fending off three other guys. One punch was directed in Newton's direction, but it's not clear if the punch landed on the former quarterback.

It is also uncertain what caused the altercation.

Newton, who is from Atlanta, Runs C1NIt is an organization founded in 2021 that focuses on developing the skills of young athletes in soccer by providing opportunities to compete at the highest level through 7-on-7 tournaments and other events, according to Newton’s website. The website said that the organization's mission is to create an environment that promotes growth and development on and off the field, helping young athletes achieve their goals in football and life.

C1N plays in tournaments across the country.

Newton's 15 and under team He won the championship In the event.

Attempts to reach Newton's representatives on Sunday evening were unsuccessful.

Newton has not played in the NFL since 2021 when he spent part of the season with the Carolina Panthers, the same team that drafted him.

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Newton spent 11 seasons in the NFL, throwing for over 32,000 yards and 194 touchdowns. He also ran for 75 TDs during his time with the Panthers and New England Patriots.



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