Former Broncos RB Anderson signs 1-year deal with Panthers
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Former Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson has signed a one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers.
Anderson played for five years for the Broncos before being released in April. He has run of 3,051 yards in his five-year NFL career, fumbling only three times in 693 carries. He also had 103 catches for 859 yards and four touchdowns.
Anderson has been to one Pro Bowl in 2014 and ran for 90 yards and a touchdown in Denver's 24-10 win over the Panthers in Super Bowl 50. He was an undrafted free agent when Denver signed him in 2013 after he played two seasons for California in college.
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Updated May 7, 2018