Posted: 4/03/2020 5:35 pm UTC
Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson said Friday, April 3, that the Panthers' signing of QB Teddy Bridgewater, a close friend, was the 'icing on the cake' that convinced him to sign with Carolina.
Huddle Up: Anderson joins a crowded offense in Carolina that already features heavily-used RB Christian McCaffrey and WRs D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel. Value him as a low-end WR3.
Posted: 4/01/2020 10:11 pm UTC
Updating a previous report, free-agent WR Robby Anderson (Panthers) officially signed with the Carolina Panthers Wednesday, April 1. Official terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Posted: 3/24/2020 7:36 pm UTC
Free-agent WR Robby Anderson (Jets) is signing a two-year deal worth $20 million with the Carolina Panthers Tuesday, March 24, according to a source. Anderson will earn $12 million in the first year of the deal.
Huddle Up: The signing comes in the aftermath of the Panthers releasing QB Cam Newton. Anderson, who caught 52 passes for 779 yards and five touchdowns with the Jets last season, will compete with D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel for targets in Carolina. QB Teddy Bridgewater isn't a great downfield passer and may struggle to take advantage of Anderson's skill set. The fifth-year receiver will be a WR4/5 option late in drafts.
Posted: 3/13/2020 4:09 am UTC
New York Jets impending free-agent WR Robby Anderson could be a target for the Carolina Panthers, according to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com.
Huddle Up: There's uncertainty surrounding the quarterback situation in Carolina, but no matter where Anderson ends up, his ceiling is probably that of a big play-dependent WR3.
Posted: 3/11/2020 6:55 pm UTC
New York Jets impending free-agent WR Robby Anderson is not expected to receive much interest from the Denver Broncos this offseason, according to sources.
Huddle Up: Anderson wants to return to the Jets but will receive interest from multiple teams if he hits the free-agent market. He probably will be able to find a starting job this offseason and could be a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 3/10/2020 7:25 pm UTC
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson said Tuesday, March 10, he and the team have a mutual interest in striking a long-term deal.
Huddle Up: Anderson has suffered during QB Sam Darnold's injury absences, but he has totaled at least 750 receiving yards each of the past three seasons with a total of 18 touchdown grabs. Anderson and Darnold having more time to work together could certainly help the fantasy appeal of both.
Posted: 3/05/2020 10:03 pm UTC
New York Jets impending free-agent WR Robby Anderson remains in the team's offseason plans, as the Jets are making efforts to re-sign him, according to a source Thursday, March 5.
Huddle Up: Anderson played in all 16 games last season with 15 starts, but he struggled during QB Sam Darnold's injury/illness absences. He finished the season with 52 receptions, 779 yards and five touchdowns, and can be a solid WR3 whenever Darnold is under center.
Posted: 2/27/2020 4:40 am UTC
Impending free-agent WR Robby Anderson (Jets) may end up signing a contract that pays him up to $15 million per season based on market trends and the number of expected bidders, according to Pro Football Network's Tony Pauline. However, the New York Jets are still expected to make a push to keep him from going elsewhere, per Pauline.
Posted: 2/21/2020 3:38 am UTC
New York Jets impending free-agent Robby Anderson's next contract is likely to come in north of $10 million, according to an AFC personnel evaluator. 'It's real simple,' the evaluator said. 'He's fast and has size. Any team that wants speed at receiver will pay him well.'
Huddle Up: Anderson has big-play speed to stretch the field, but his role as a deep threat lends itself to hit-and-miss fantasy production. He will likely be a WR3 candidate wherever he lands.
Posted: 2/16/2020 2:36 am UTC
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson is 'highly unlikely' to return to the team in 2020, according to Connor Hughes of The Athletic.
Huddle Up: Even if Anderson lands in a high-powered passing attack, he is unlikely to be more than a deep threat for the offense and a boom-or-bust flex option for fantasy owners.