CLEVELAND, OH – DECEMBER 09: Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers looks to pass during the first quarter abasing the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on December 9, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)Cam Newton isn’t the only quarterback in his family who won’t be playing football this weekend. The star NFL quarterback’s younger brother is also sitting out.Caylin Newton, the younger brother of the Carolina Panthers quarterback, is reportedly looking to transfer out of Howard.The Undefeated reported on Saturday night that the dual-threat quarterback skipped Saturday’s loss to Bethune Cookman in order to preserve his redshirt status. Newton, the preseason Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference player of the year, has played in four games. If he plays in a fifth game this year, he burns his redshirt option.Caylin Newton reportedly has two years of eligibility remaining and he’s set to graduate in May. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p “He hasn’t officially made up his mind yet,” the report states. “This has caught everyone by surprise. All we know is that he’s not playing this weekend.”“He hasn’t officially made up his mind yet. This has caught everyone by surprise. All we know is that he’s not playing this weekend.”It appears the Caylin Newton era at Howard might be over.https://t.co/BfhBORrczy— The Undefeated (@TheUndefeated) September 28, 2019Caylin Newton could get major interest on the graduate transfer market.The former three-star quarterback recruit had 3,133 yards of total offense and 26 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2018.
Senaratne said the second illegal act of the President was to dissolve Parliament after he found he did not have the numbers to show a majority in Parliament.Former Parliamentarian Ajith Perera said that the UNP will meet the Elections Commissioner tomorrow (Saturday) to discuss the legality of the move to dissolve Parliament. He said that the President first took the unconstitutional decision to sack the Prime Minister and prorogue Parliament. He said the UNP will expect the Elections Commissioner to seek the intervention of the Supreme Court against the illegal actions of the President.Asked who the UNP Prime Ministerial candidate will be at the election, Ajith Perera said that first the UNP and the public need to challenge the President’s decision to dissolve Parliament and the next step will be to discuss the Prime Ministerial candidate of the UNP. (Colombo Gazette) Senaratne told reporters at a late night press conference at Temple Trees that there were reports the Department of Elections will seek the opinion of the court on the dissolution of Parliament and announcement of snap elections. The United National Party (UNP) said that the decision taken by President Maithripala Sirisena to dissolve Parliament was illegal but the party will still face the election.Former UNP Parliamentarian Rajitha Senaratne said that the UNP and the United National Front (UNF) will form a broad coalition to contest the election.