Panthers’ Robbie Anderson Dismissed After Disagreeing With Coaches
Wilkes, Who Was Named The Team’s Interim Coach After Matt Rule Was Sacked Last Monday,
The Third Minus Is The Minus Of Money. I Don’t Think I’m Okay With That,” Anderson said.
“So I commented on why I was taken out. “Honestly, I was confused because I was never told to stop the fight. And you know, I’m angry about it. No real competitor would agree with that.
Rather than quickly leave the locker room or decline the interview, Anderson decided to broach things from the podium in the post-match interview room.
“I don’t want anyone to have the wrong idea. I’ve had some controversial moments where I didn’t give my opinion,” said Anderson, who made his 89% hit for the Panthers in his first five games.
In The Season Opener Against Cleveland, After Five Catches For 102 Yards, Including A 75-Yard Touchdown, Anderson Had Only Eight Catches For 104 Yards.
But Anderson wasn’t a factor against the Rams. With third-string QB PJ Walker starting Baker with an ankle injury to his Mayfield, Wilkes spent most of his plan for the game playing Christian his McCaffrey, so none of his 23 snaps were his own.
It was not aimed at McCaffrey, who has been the subject of trade rumors along with Anderson, did not mention the bystander incident, as he said he had not seen it. Wilkes tried to refocus the rest of the team. When asked if the receiver will play in Tampa Bay next week, he didn’t elaborate on Anderson’s future.