In a recent interview on “Up & Adams,” Samuel addresses controversies and defends his team
During his appearance on “Up & Adams,” the talented wide receiver, Samuel, did not hold back in expressing his thoughts and defending his teammate. He called out Cam Newton, expressing surprise at the quarterback’s recent behavior. Samuel boldly stated, “First of all, Cam Newton, stop texting my phone, bro. You were a fan like two weeks ago.”
A Surprising Turn of Events
Samuel revealed that Newton had reached out to him, even wanting him as a guest on his podcast. This came as a shock to Samuel, considering Newton had previously made negative comments about their quarterback. Samuel found the situation amusing and questioned why Newton seemed bothered by what was happening within their team.
A Word on Micah Parsons
Addressing the recent game against the Ravens, Samuel dismissed any concerns raised by Micah Parsons. He emphasized that their victory over the Cowboys had occurred long ago, making Parsons’ comments irrelevant. Samuel’s message was clear: their team focuses on their own goals and achievements, regardless of outside opinions.
The Niners’ Resilience
Samuel spoke passionately about the 49ers and the challenges they face as a team. He acknowledged that they often encounter criticism and adversity from those who don’t want to see them succeed. However, he boldly declared, “Everybody knows we’re still the best team in the league.” Despite setbacks, Samuel highlighted the impressive performance of their quarterback, who threw for 255 yards in the face of adversity.
A Response from Newton
Cam Newton quickly fired back at Samuel’s comments, stating that he did not have the wide receiver’s phone number. Dismissing any claims of personal communication, Newton made it clear that he was not the one reaching out.
As the story unfolded, it became apparent that Samuel may have been caught up in a misleading situation. A Snapchat message chain from an SF Niners fan account revealed discussions about concocting a plan. Additionally, Panthers beat writer Sheena Quick shared text messages that showed someone impersonating Newton. These messages were written in the quarterback’s distinctive style.
The Future for the 49ers
Despite the distractions and controversies, the 49ers remain focused on their upcoming games. They have the opportunity to regain their momentum against the Washington Commanders this Sunday and in the following week against their next opponent.
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