Whoa, whoa, whoa...what exactly are we doing here? Are we just going to imply that Cam Newton did something that is worthy of praise? How can we be sure that his decision to sling a few balls around the yard with some excited school children was admirable until we see how he reacts after things didn't exactly go his way? You see him drop that ball? I saw at least 4-5 kids run the wrong route. Those enthusiastic little brats barely let him leave the pocket. He may have been smiling going in, but who is to say that he wasn't sitting on the bench with a towel draped over his head by the time recess came to an end?
I'm sorry, I just don't feel comfortable pretending that Cam Newton is a decent person just because he interacted with the youth of America. I would have to see how he responded to the adversity that comes with throwing 40 yard bombs to elementary schoolers after the fact. Where's the postgame press conference for this one? Sure, "it's all for the kids" when his completion percentage is zero, but imagine if one of those punks actually managed to catch a ball. No doubt he would have been dabbing around in his cardigan making it all about himself. Too bad there was a bunch of 10 year old Ted Ginn's running around out there or we would have really seen Cam Newton's true colors. Such an arrogant dick. You may be surprised that he was yucking it up while playing against inferior competition, but I certainly won't let myself be fooled. Just wait until Week 1 against the Broncos. Let's see if he's still smiling then.
P.S. The picture is pretty cool, but I would be lying if I said it didn't have a "Hitler youth" vibe...