Broncos cut RB Anderson

C.J. Anderson released by Broncos should Dolphins sign RB

C.J. Anderson released by Broncos should Dolphins sign RB

The Denver Broncos have released running bank C.J. Anderson, the National Football League announced on Twitter Monday.

Anderson signed a four-year, $18 million contract he signed in 2016 and was cut after attempts to trade him failed, reports.

In 2016, the Dolphins signed C.J. Anderson to a four-year, $18 million offer sheet before the Broncos made a decision to match it. The Broncos had reportedly tried to trade Anderson but chose to release him after multiple failed attempts. It is now heavily expected the Broncos will turn to the draft to add another running back to the group.

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"Just focus on me", Anderson said.

Anderson, 27, played five seasons for the Broncos. The veteran running back broke the 1,000 rushing yard mark for the first time against the Kansas City Chiefs in December. He also had 28 catches for 224 receiving yards.

Anderson is coming off the best volume season of his career, during which he ran for over 1,000 yards and totaled four touchdowns.

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