Geoff Mosher reports that the Philadelphia Eagles have released WR Joe Anderson.
Anderson lasted a little over a month with the Eagles before being cut loose.
Anderson, 25, ended his 2013 season with the Bears after they placed him on season-ending injured reserve back in November following abdominal injury. He appeared in six games this past season, but never caught a pass...
Joe Anderson was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles Friday after playing six games for the Chicago Bears in 2013, mostly on special teams.
The Eagles announced the signing Friday of former Chicago Bears wide receiver Joe Anderson.
Anderson, 25, played in six games last season for the Bears before being placed on injured reserve with with an abdominal and groin injury. At the time...
The Philadelphia Eagles announced that they have signed former Bears WR Joe Anderson on Friday, via Eagles Insider.
The deal is most likely a reserve/future signing, but provide confirmation as the news is available.
Anderson, 25, ended his 2013 season with the Bears after they placed him on season-ending injured reserve back in November following abdominal injury. He appeared...
Like last season, Bears wide receiver Joe Anderson is contributing on special teams and biding his time until an opportunity for extra reps on offense presents itself.
Bears wide receiver Joe Anderson capped off a strong preseason by showing in last night’s contest he can be a weapon on offense, leading the team in receiving yards and scoring a touchdown.
Chicago Bears second-year WR Joe Anderson is not your “average Joe.” The Texas Southern product fought his way onto the Bears practice squad last year after making a strong impression in training camp with his speed and tenacious special teams play. Then, when injuries mounted, he was promoted to the active roster and stood out on coverage units in the [...]
Bears wide receiver Joe Anderson has worked his way to fifth on the depth chart, which would be good enough to make the final 53-man roster if the season began today.
Chicago rookie wide receiver Joe Anderson talks about his first season in the NFL and reacts to the firing of former Bears head coach Lovie Smith.