He said Newton will look at them once the season is over.Fleming added that Newton will only endorse brands he already uses, and that any new sponsorships have to fit with commitments for current sponsors.Newton may not need many more deals to make him the NFL’s highest paid endorser.According to the latest figures from Forbes, Peyton Manning will earn $12 million this season.Manning is a spokesman for Nike, AT DirecTV, Gatorade, Papa John’s and Natonwide. (Maybe Nationwide should convince Papa John’s to bring back Chicken Parmesan Pizza so Peyton can say it tastes so good?)Newton didn’t make the most recent list, but sports business experts said they believe Newton probably has made $11 million this past season from endorsements.That would put him ahead of Peyton’s younger brother Eli (Go Giants!), Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson and Tom Brady.What do they all have in common? They’re quarterbacks just like Netwon. And they’ve all won Super Bowls.So a Super Bowl victory by the Panthers could quickly vault Newton to the very top of the endorsements heap.An executive at the company behind the Q Score which measures the popularity of athletes, celebrities and other public figures, said Newton’s awareness level among casual sports fans will likely shoot up if the Panthers win the Super Bowl.”It will definitely be a plus for his marketability and create more endorsement opportunities,” said Henry Schafer, executive vice president of The Q Scores Company.Schafer predicted that Newton could wind up with an above average Q Score for a sports star especially since few people seem to have a negative reaction to him.Sure, Newton may alienate some fans with his celebrations.
All have to keep changing and growing together. That why I always come back to compete, you know, Carroll said. Competing to find a way to make sense and help a guy and pushing him to have success. You know, we were busy with one kid and then it’s just all of a sudden, it’s like slipping from your fingers.”Doctors gave the couple two options: terminate the pregnancy, or continue it with the knowledge that their child, whom they named Chase, would not be able to survive after birth.”We felt immediately that life is a gift, every day and every week that we have with Chase makes us happy,” Kerry said. “And we wanted to continue on as long as we’d be able to have him.”That’s when the Riddells turned to a nonprofit organization that provides free professional portraits for families coping with early infant loss.Cheryl Haggard started “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep” after losing her own son, Maddox, to a rare genetic condition called myotubular myopathy that left him unable to breathe unassisted. Just six days after birth, Haggard and her husband decided to remove Maddox from life support.