It probably seems like that long to the Panthers since Newton has competed in a full practice. -- Two big moments will happen in Charlotte on Monday. The other is Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will begin to increase his repetitions in hopes that he can make his preseason debut in Thursday night’s game at Jacksonville.“With him, it’s going to just be about how’s he feeling, how’s he feeling, how’s he feeling -- and that’s the biggest thing," coach Ron Rivera said on whether the 2015 NFL MVP will play against the Jaguars.“Everything is trending up."Because of the eclipse that will occur early Monday afternoon, the Panthers will practice from a.m. No need to conflict with a moment so rare it isn't projected to happen again in the Charlotte area for several hundred years.He began training camp on a pitch count, and after five days of throwing was restricted to almost no throwing for two weeks as he rehabbed from offseason surgery to repair a partially torn rotator cuff.
A food truck with a giant Cam Newton on the side needs some A-grade punny menu items to really make it tick.(It also bought 15 of a different model of body camera for its K9 officers). When a camera is simply turned on, it saves only the 30 seconds of soundless video filmed before an officer “activates” the camera.Audio, however, does not begin to be recorded until the moment an officer manually activates the camera. But when you turn the camera on it is only in the buffer mode,” explained Steve Tuttle, a spokesman for Taser. It’s recording constantly, but it’s only saving the last 30 seconds of video.” [Amid pressure, Charlotte police release videos in shooting of Keith Lamont Scott] In order to activate audio recording and to begin saving video, an officer must double tap a large button on the camera, Tuttle said.So they’ve protected him in rehab the way they will protect their eyes with special glasses when the eclipse occurs."Everything’s been positive, you know," Rivera said.We have offices located conveniently throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.All are silent, denying investigators and the public key details of what happened immediately prior to the shooting Sept. That indicates the officer, who has not been identified, did not turn on the camera until after the shooting, when audio begins. C., released video from one body camera and one dashboard camera on Sept. (Editor's note: This video contains graphic content.) (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department) [Charlotte struggles to return to normal after fatal police shooting] Officers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD are equipped with Axon Flex body cameras made by Taser.