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Charlie Batch: Steelers in camp won't show ill will for no-shows

Six years ago, former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch was a member of the NFL players' association executive committee when team owners locked the players out and caused a 132-day work stoppage. A new collective bargaining agreement was agreed upon in late July, but Steelers players declined to sign it because they thought it gave too much power to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

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Cam Newton helps Make-a-Wish kid throw first pitch at Knights game

Cam Newton's first public appearance since shoulder surgery was for a good cause.
Jourdan Rodrigue jrodrigue@charlotteobserver.com
Cam Newton helps Make-a-Wish kid throw first pitch at Knights game 1:10

Cam Newton helps Make-a-Wish kid throw first pitch at Knights game

Cam Newton, dressed as Santa, plays Cam Says during charity event 0:22

Cam Newton, dressed as Santa, plays Cam Says during charity event

Panthers' Greg Olsen: Tired of comparisons to last season 0:43

Panthers' Greg Olsen: Tired of comparisons to last season

Carolina Panthers will stick with kicker Graham Gano 1:16

Carolina Panthers will stick with kicker Graham Gano