By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to a social media post, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Robby Anderson has hinted that he is considering retirement. He said, according to CBS Sports, “Ain’t gone lie Thinking bout retiring.”
The post by Anderson has since been deleted. While he may have deleted it, the proof is not gone. It has been captured by others on social media.
He is currently signed through the 2023 season with the Panthers.
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In August 2021, he signed a two-year extension with the Panthers. His deal can be worth up to $29.5 million.
He had initially signed a two-year, $20 million deal with the team on April 1st, 2020. This included $12 million in guarantees.
The Fair Lawn, New Jersey-born athlete has played for the New York Jets and the Panthers in his career. He just turned 29 on May 9th.
He appeared in all 17 games last season. He made all 16 starts.
Anderson — who signed with the Jets as an undrafted free agent and developed into a reliable receiver — had 53 receptions for 519 receiving yards last season. He also had five touchdowns.
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Last season was a disaster at the quarterback position for the Panthers. It was Sam Darnold, then it became Cam Newton before he struggled and got benched. Then, Matt Rhule eventually went back to Darnold late in the season.
The 519 receiving yards were the worst of his six-year career. His previous low was 587 yards as a rookie with the Jets.
In his career, he has appeared in 95 games, including 76 starts. He has had 355 receptions for 4,674 yards and 28 touchdowns.
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