Broncos release former Cal RB CJ Anderson

Florence Fletcher
April 16, 2018

Recently, there was a report by Troy Renck of ABC Denver 7, the Dolphins had a verbal agreement in place to trade right tackle Ja'Wuan James to the Broncos for running back C.J. Anderson - before nixing the deal.

In five seasons in Denver, the 27-year-old Anderson had 3,051 yards and 20 touchdowns. After failing to find a deal, they will release him instead.

Anderson joined the team as an undrafted rookie out of California in 2013. With Denver likely unable to find another deal, they finally chose to cut him. Two years later, the Broncos chose to part ways with the running back. He took the spotlight during his second season as he rushed for 767 yards and eight touchdowns in the final eight games of the season. It is now heavily expected the Broncos will turn to the draft to add another running back to the group.

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By releasing Anderson, the Broncos save $4.5 million in cap space this offseason. Miami now has veteran Frank Gore and Kenyan Drake in their backfield.

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