Cam Newton's time with the Carolina Panthers has come to an end, but that doesn't take away from the countless memories and plays he made on and off the field.
We asked you what your favorite/most memorable plays were during his time in Carolina to put together this Top 10 Cam Plays list.
We ranked them by the popularity in our Facebook/Twitter replies:
How can you forget Newton's first career rushing touchdown and Superman celebration?
Newton had already thrown two touchdowns to Smith Sr. in his debut and in the third quarter he showed the world what was to come with a diving touchdown.
Even though the Panthers lost this game in 2015, Carolina was tied with the Atlanta Falcons in the first half and Newton had another one of his most memorable plays.
On third-and-8, Newton forced his way all the way to the first-down marker. In what looked like dozens of Falcons defenders trying to take down Newton, he ultimately was rewarded the first down.
In 2013, the Carolina Panthers were facing the division-rival Saints for the NFC South division title. New Orleans was up 13-10 with 28 seconds to play and then Newton connected with receiver Domenik Hixon for some magic.
During their record-breaking season in 2015, the Panthers were facing the reigning NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks, who were 4-0, in Week 6 of the regular season.
Carolina trailed 23-14 and Newton had back-to-back touchdown drives that included a miraculous 26-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Olsen as the Panthers would go on to win, 27-23. Newton went 6-7 in 1:40 on the final drive.
The victory made Carolina the team to beat in the NFC and is still one of Newton's best comebacks.
In his second-season during Week 14 of 2012, Newton showed off his dual-threat abilities against the Falcons.
Up 16-0 in the third quarter, Newton took off for 72 yards and then flipped his way into the end zone for a touchdown as Smith Sr. had a key block.
This was one of Cam's most iconic moments. At the beginning of his MVP season in 2015, Newton had Carolina in the end zone versus the Houston Texans in Week 2.
The Panthers were leading the Arizona Cardinals 27-7 in the third quarter of the NFC Championship and Newton decided to keep on running up the score with this electrifying play.
On first-and-10 in the red zone, Newton, who had already made huge plays on the same drive, raced towards the end zone in a quarterback sweep and flipped over Carolina center Ryan Kalil for the 12-yard touchdown.
In December 2017, Newton had one of his best trash-talking moments. The Panthers were in the end zone versus the Green Bay Packers and linebacker Clay Matthews shouted to his teammates that the Panthers were about to go for a wheel-route play.
Mic'ed up, Newton responded “You been watching film, huh? That’s cool. Watch this."
Now for the most remembered play.
On Monday Night Football against the New England Patriots, the Panthers had the ball on third-and-7 midway through the third quarter tied at 10.
Then, Newton danced/scrambled all over the place avoiding three New England defenders to break away for a 14-yard first-down gain. Carolina went on to win the game.