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Cam Newton Autographed "Superman" 11x14 Photograph (w/ "2015 NFL MVP" Plate)
Creative & quality framing and presentation of our collectibles is critical to our success. Thankfully, we’re very good at it! Framing since 1999, we have years of experience. Our framing materials are top quality, jersey pinning is second to none, and exclusive custom plates are totally unique. You will not find quality collectibles like ours anywhere else.
ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE
Cameron Jerrell Newton played college football at Auburn and was drafted as the first overall pick by the Panthers in the 2011 NFL Draft, making him the only player in the modern era to, within a one-year span, be awarded the Heisman Trophy, win a National Championship, and become the first overall pick in an NFL draft. Not a bad day at the office! And in his rookie year, Newton tore it up in the NFL breaking many rookie and all-time NFL records for passing and rushing yards. Cam became the first rookie quarterback to throw for 400 yards in his first game, shattering Peyton Manning's first-game record by 120 yards. He also broke Otto Graham's 61-year-old record for passing yards by any quarterback in an NFL debut. Newton would go on to become the first rookie quarterback to throw for 4,000 yards in a season, as well as the first rookie quarterback to rush for 700 yards. He also ran for 14 touchdowns, more in a single season than any quarterback in NFL history, breaking Steve Grogan's 35-year-old record. He's already has multiple Pro Bowl Selections along with Rookie of the Year Awards. And in 2015, he led the Panthers to an NFC Championship and the Super Bowl, earning NFL MVP honors in the process. Put simply, Cam is a stud! This great Superman 11x14 Photograph of Cam running onto the Field is hand-signed by Newton and SGA Quality Framed in black wood moulding, UV-protective glass (very important for signature protection!), Panthers double matting and SGA "2015 NFL MVP" Plate. OR YOU CAN CREATE YOUR OWN PLATE! The perfect collectible for any "Cam-Fan!"