Cam Newton continues to prove he is the Man of Steel.
The Panthers quarterback was involved in a minor car accident with a dump truck Thursday in Atlanta, but escaped without injury.
According to TMZ Sports, Newton was driving his black Ferrari F12 when the collision occurred around 4 p.m. ET. He appeared to be unharmed when he was seen walking around the car, which suffered minimal damage.
The Atlanta Police Department confirmed that neither party wanted to fill out a police report. It remains unclear what caused the collision or who was at fault.
“Same reaction as I had to every last one of them this year,” he said of the newest entry. “I think it’s very humbling that cities and organizations want me to play for them, especially at this juncture of my career, so that’s it.”
The Knicks will try to win in Cleveland for the second time this season, after a 114-95 victory on Oct. 29.
Suarez is a vital part of Cincinnati’s rebuilding process. The Reds signed him to a $66 million, seven-year contract in March. The 26-year-old has been one of the few bright spots in Cincinnati’s tough start. He hit a three-run home run to complete a comeback win over the Pirates on Saturday night.
Instead of going to Philadelphia with the rest of the team, he will head to Cincinnati to be re-examined. Price said the Reds will turn to Pennington or Phil Gosselin to fill in while Suarez recovers on the disabled list.
“There’s no way to sugarcoat it,” Price said. “He’s a big part of our ballclub. Looks like he was starting to warm up at the plate.”
Bryant had three hits, including his second homer of the season, and walked twice one day after he committed a costly error in the ninth inning of Milwaukee’s 5-4 win.
The Cubs’ ninth-inning rally began when Victor Caratini reached on an infield single with one out and advanced when Arcia’s throw bounced past Thames for an error. Barnes then walked Jason Heyward and Javier Baez followed with a sharp bouncer to Shaw, who booted the ball to load the bases.