Armando Salguero wrote:
(Anderson must have loved that timing, 10 days before the draft).
So the demand for Anderson hasn't seemed high in the days since his release. Perhaps it's because teams believe they can get a younger, cheaper running back in the draft.
The Dolphins' expected interest in Anderson, meanwhile, simply has not manifested.
Remember Miami signed Anderson to a restricted free agent offer sheet in 2016 that Denver eventually matched so obviously the Dolphins were once keen on the player. And, I'm told, they would have been interested again earlier this offseason.
But that desire has all but evaporated now, according to a league source.
And the Dolphins all but confirmed that on Wednesday.
“We’ll certainly see what happens once we get after the draft with any free agents, and we’ll see where we are," Dolphins executive vice president Mike Tannenbaum said. "We’ve got to get through the draft here first. That’s the next opportunity and then we’ll look at other things once we get through that."
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