Anderson in 2007 (photo courtesy SI)
CHARLOTTE - Carolina Panthers backup QB Derek Anderson is not a fan favorite in Cleveland - where he was released in 2009.
However, social media might be responsible for Anderson getting his job back in the Dawg Pound.
Cleveland's NewsChannel5 is reporting that Anderson posted his plea Friday evening on his Facebook page:
What most of Cleveland had hoped was a cruel speculation-based rumor appears to be true: Derek Anderson says that he will be returning to Cleveland to rejoin the man who got him to the Pro Bowl in 2007, Rob Chudzinski.
Per Jeff Schudel of the News-Herald, Anderson was a back-up to Carolina’s Cam Newton and will be facing an expiring contract this coming offseason — he fired off...
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Sources say that Unrestricted Free Agent Derek Anderson has agreed to a one year contract to remain with the Carolina Panthers in 2012.
It’s no secret that 2011 Rookie of the Year Cam Newton is going to be starting under center in 2012. He was supported all of last season by Anderson who was signed to a one year contract back in July of 2011. The 7 Year Veteran only took a few...
Panthers quarterback Derek Anderson says he's agreed to a one-year contract to remain with Carolina.
He would not disclose the financial terms of the deal.
Anderson says he likes the progress the Panthers showed in 2011 under first-year coach Ron Rivera and that he's ''just excited to get back and build on the success that we had last season.''
Via AP on Fox
March 14, 2012
The Panthers obviously are set with their starting quarterback, who is enjoying the fruits of a record-setting rookie season in Hawaii this week.
But what about the backup to Cam Newton?
Derek Anderson, who handled that role last season, is an unrestricted free agent. Though Anderson has said he'd like to return to Carolina, the Panthers appear to be exploring the...
Now that the list of former head coaches is pretty much exhausted, it looks like the Bucs are going for successful coordinators for their next round of interviews. First it was Mike Zimmer, now add an offensive coordinator to the list.
They now reportedly have asked for and received permission to speak with Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski.
I was really hoping...
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