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BIRMINGHAM, AL - Cam Newton is back in Alabama while hosting his foundation's 7-on-7 competition at Parker High School.

The former Auburn quarterback and Carolina Panther spoke to the kids before Saturday's events got started.

Listen to Newton's entire speech to get the kids pumped for the day.

By: Kyle Burger - Follow on Twitter @kyle_burger
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