FantasySP / NFL / C.j. Anderson FantasySP / NFL / C.j. Anderson Copyright 2018 5143925 <![CDATA[Dolphins could pursue C.J. Anderson again if Broncos release him]]> C.J. Anderson almost became a Dolphin two years ago. The Broncos, though, matched Miami’s offer sheet. Now, two years later, the Broncos could make the running back a salary-cap casualty as he has a $4.5 million salary cap number for 2018. His release would free up nearly $5 million for the Broncos to pursue Kirk [more]]]> 5143925 Mon, 19 Feb 2018 21:39:01 EDT <![CDATA[Dolphins | C.J. Anderson of interest to Miami?]]> C.J. Anderson could be pursued by the Miami Dolphins again if he were to be released by the Broncos. Dolphins head coach Adam Gase and new running backs coach Eric Studesville both coached Anderson in Denver and Miami gave Anderson an offer just two years ago before it was matched by the Broncos.]]> 5143843 Mon, 19 Feb 2018 18:48:01 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson says it "would not be]]> C.J. Anderson should he be released by the Broncos. [...]]]> 5143769 Mon, 19 Feb 2018 17:39:32 EDT <![CDATA[Broncos | Devontae Booker the lead back?]]> Devontae Booker emerges as the No. 1 running back in 2018, according to Jeff Legwold of, and Legwold believes RB C.J. Anderson may not be back with the team.]]> 5142870 Sat, 17 Feb 2018 23:36:01 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Will the Broncos move on from C.J. Anderson?]]>
The team also seems intent on getting Devontae Booker into the No. 1 role. Coach Vance Joseph, somewhat surprisingly to many with the team and in the league, fired assistant head coach/running backs coach Eric Studesville after the 5-11 finish, a move Anderson was particularly critical of on social media. Add it all up and Anderson appears to be headed elsewhere. If that's the case, the Dolphins will have interest given the Broncos matched Miami's deal two years ago to keep Anderson. (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: Jeff Legwold who covers the Broncos for ESPN is of the opinion that the Broncos may move on from Anderson and roll with Booker as their lead back. Booker averaged 3.8 yards per carry last season but only managed 79 rushing attempts behind C.J. Anderson (245). If the Broncos go young at the position, DeAngelo Henderson could see an increased workload in 2018.]]> 5140596 Wed, 14 Feb 2018 13:27:01 EDT
<![CDATA[ESPN Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold believes the Broncos will]]> C.J. Anderson this offseason Anderson has two years left on his contract at $4. [...]]]> 5140482 Wed, 14 Feb 2018 10:18:19 EDT