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“Because for the 40 years that I have covered the NFL, the first 15 years were people agreeing with Cam Newton.” The backlash against Newton intensified Thursday, one day after Jourdan Rodrigue, the Panthers’ beat reporter for the Charlotte Observer, innocuously asked Newton a question about one of the team’s receivers, referencing the “physicality of his routes.” Newton smirked and responded, “It’s funny to hear a female talk about ‘routes.’ ” [Jenkins: ‘I’ll tell him how babies get born, if he will tell me how to turn on a car.’] After he was dropped earlier in the day by one of his sponsors, Newton issued a video apology Thursday night, saying “my word choice was extremely degrading and disrespectful toward women.” “To be honest, that was not my intention,” he said, “and if you are a person who took offense to what I said, I sincerely apologize to you.” He acknowledged he lost “sponsors and countless fans,” adding that he’s “learned a valuable lesson through all of this.” [Watch: Newton apologies for his remarks] Newton had drawn a sharp rebuke from journalism circles, and a league spokesman said his comments were “just plain wrong and disrespectful.” “They do not reflect the thinking of the league,” Brian Mc Carthy said.

On Thursday, Newton lost one of his sponsors when yogurt company Dannon Oikos announced it was severing ties with the seventh-year quarterback.

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Visser said she was relieved to see the groundswell of support for the journalist.One could assume she’s constantly in Panthers press conferences and known to Newton, but when she asked him a legitimate question on Wednesday, she was laughed at for literally being a female.Rodrigue: “I know you take a lot of pride in seeing your receivers play well.“It took me instantly back to 40 years ago,” she said.“But then there was a pause.” She said she quickly realized that while an athlete still might hold unsophisticated views, the real progress can be seen in the fallout and the “institutional support” that exists today.