Broncos releasing RB CJ Anderson

Broncos releasing RB CJ Anderson

The Denver Broncos cut running CJ Anderson on Monday, according to multiple media reports.

He rushed for a career-high 1,007 yards with three touchdowns.

When asked last month about whether veterans Anderson and cornerback Aqib Talib would return for 2018 as the Broncos looked to clear cap space, GM John Elway gave a non-committal answer, saying "We'll see".

During the offseason, it became clear the team was willing to trade the fifth-year back, but after failing to do so doing so they chose to part ways with him.

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Anderson, 27, played five seasons for the Broncos. With Denver likely unable to find another deal, they finally chose to cut him.

He rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown when the Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.

Anderson is coming off a career year with the Broncos as he finally got his chance to be the team's undisputed lead back. Anderson added 224 receiving yards on 28 catches. Eric Studesville, who was recently named the Dolphins running backs coach, was Anderson's position coach in Denver from 2013-2016. The Broncos had reportedly tried to trade Anderson but chose to release him after multiple failed attempts. Miami now has veteran Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake in their backfield.

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