Cam Goes H.A.M... and Gets ESPN Censored

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Panthers QB Cam Newton was on ESPN this past weekend talking to Jenna Wolfe about his new Belk clothing line among other things. The conversation then moved to his charity work and the various ways he gives back to the community.

The conversation moved to Newton's 7 on 7 kids camp last summer and the H.A.M. acronym it uses. Umm...I'll just let the transcript describe it from here:

Wolfe: So how do you explain what 'H.A.M.' means to your family or the kids?

Newton: Yeah, my granny asked me what HAM meant and I said 'Heisman as a Mother F@$#$%$" [beep]

[skips to commercial]

ESPN was apparently caught off guard and did not get the censorship beep in time. No word on whether they will face a fine. It's not like he showed a boob during the SB halftime or anything.

The look on Wolfe's face was priceless as she was even more surprised then when Newton dumped Gatorade on her during a SB pre-game show.

Newton is now of course remorseful due to his indiscretion. He has set up a fund in which you can donate to help the cause.

Help Cam Newton stop f-bombing by clicking here.

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