CHARLOTTE, N.C. Carolina Panthers??quarterback?? Cam Newton??feels lucky to be alive every time he gets a "glimpse or flash" at the truck he was driving in Tuesday's wreck near Bank of America Stadium. "As far as when I'm coming back, who cares," Newton said Thursday in his first public statements since the two-car crash that will sideline him for at least Sunday's game against?? Tampa Bay. "That's not something I'm??worried about. I'm just thankful to have breath in my lungs so I can breathe again." Newton arrived at BOA early Thursday morning to begin rehabbing from the wreck that left him with two small fractures in his lower back. The injuries are similar to what?? Dallas Cowboys??quarterback?? Tony Romo??suffered??earlier this??year. Romo missed one start. Newton also met with coaches and players before addressing the media for just more than six minutes. He leaned on the podium for most of the interview,...