The 12th man is a community, a family, that regardless of winning stand behind our team and our community. So you see Cam, disrespecting the 12th man flag isn't just disrespecting our team, it is disrespecting the fans that back our team. A community that feeds and clothes the homeless, a community that raises funds for families in hard times, a community that helps a 3 year old girl battle cancer, a community that has more grace and respect than you could imagine.Really? Isn't this sort of like the kettle calling the pot black? What do you expect after the rest of the league has been putting up with the antics of Richard Sherman (and other Seahawks players) over the last few years? This is what's called "karma." You know, "what goes around, comes around" (not always, but thankfully this time it did). So, get over it. If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen. Okay, I'm running out of cliches, but I think you get the point.
P.S.S. When Newton's not playing football, he's heavily involved in charities in the Carolina area. He's been particularly active with helping children, which includes an annual Thanksgiving Jam to which he invites hundreds of underprivileged children to a free Thanksgiving meal.