Bill Belichick: Cam Newton not practicing, but hand injury nothing serious
When asked about injured players, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick usually refers to the team's injury report for such information.
There are no injury reports for offseason workouts, which usually says little about how players are doing in New England. However, when asked about quarterback Cam Newton on Thursday, Belichick took a slightly different route.
Newton injured his hand while training last week when he hit a helmet with it. It was revealed that Newon suffered a slight bone contusion that is not considered a major injury, and Belichick confirmed that prognosis while saying that Newton will continue to be on the sidelines while exercising.
"He's fine," Belichick said of Ben Volin of the Boston Globe. “He won't be out there today, but it's nothing serious. . . . He'll be fine. "
His absence means more first-team work for quarterback Mac Jones and Jarrett Stidham as the Patriots near the end of their off-season.
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