Cam Newton and teammates crash volleyball league at Baltimore Beach

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and several of his teammates have been crashing a beach volleyball league the past two days at Baltimore Beach, a park on the city's harbor.

Newton is in Baltimore using the Under Armour facility for a three-day, pre-training-camp workout with his wide receivers and tight ends as he has done the past couple of years.

The Panthers report to Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, on July 27.

According to Kevin Lynch of SouthBmore.com, the NFL MVP and 10 of his teammates participated in a few four-on-four games from Baltimore Beach’s Men’s 2A League for about an hour on Monday night.

Accompanying Newton, according to Lynch, were Joe Webb, Ted Ginn Jr., Stephen Hill, Damiere Byrd, Avius Capers, Miles Shuler, Tobais Palmer, Braxton Deaver, Scott Simonson and Beau Sandland.

They returned on Tuesday night with Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen, along with wide receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess added to the mix.

Here are some photos from SouthBmore.com’s Twitter account:

Here’s a tweet featuring Newton’s spike being denied:

Here is an Instagram post showing Olsen and Newton working out away from the beach.

Training camp must be close. Panthers➡️Baltimore 🏈 Thanks @cameron1newton for the hospitality!

A photo posted by Greg Olsen (@gregolsen88) on

And an Instagram post of Olsen being on site with his familiar knit hat, not typical beachwear.

Straight Face. Straight Backs. #np_bal #GregOlsen #88

A photo posted by Shaun Alder (@shaunmalder) on

Newton, who is sponsored by Under Armour, has used this period with his receivers and tight ends the past few years to work on their timing before training camp.

This time they found time to play a little beach volleyball as well.