"Yeah, it was wine. And they sent a broom too," the quarterback said. "I ain't take the pack off, so I'm going to return to the sender if everything gets taken care of the way we know we can do it. And that's all in good fun."
"If you need a boost or a chip on your shoulder for this game... I have a constant reminder each and every day when I look in my locker," Newton said of the broom, via Max Henson of the team's official website.
"I'm ready to return to sender," Newton added, noting he and Jordan, "On the field we have a respectful dislike for each other. Off the field it's a different story."
Neither New Orleans nor Carolina enter MNF playing their best.
In the past two games, the Saints are averaging 19.0 points per game, 154.5 passing yards per game and 82.5 rushing yards per game with three turnovers.
Newton has struggled through an arm issue, rarely attempting deep shots and skipping long sideline throws.