When NFL free agency officially begins March 14, Robert Quinn may not be the only big name going to the Miami Dolphins. Two years after attempting to sign him as a restricted free agent, the Dolphins still like Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson, a source close to the former Pro Bowler told CBSSports.com on the condition of anonymity. And if Anderson, a speculated salary-cap casualty of the Broncos, does hit the open market, the expectation among his camp is that "he will be in Miami immediately." Internally, Denver has not informed the 27-year-old Anderson of its plans, although, as Spotrac shows, the running back's contract was assembled with a "potential out" in 2018. Anderson, whose release would reportedly save Denver $4.5 million in 2018, has been the Broncos' lead ball-carrier for most of his five years in the NFL, topping 1,000 yards for the first time in his career in 2017.
If the Broncos cut C.J. Anderson, he could sign with the Dolphins 'immediately'
CBS Sports | Mar 8