The Browns released Anderson Tuesday, well aware that no one wanted him via trade with a monster roster bonus due in ten days.
The Oregon State product was picked off the waiver wire in one of former G.M. Phil Savage’s best moves, and made the Pro Bowl in 2007 on the strength of vertical passing and an easy schedule.
Things fell apart dramatically since, as Anderson’s accuracy and decision-making were among the league’s worst the last two years.
With all that out of the way, Anderson now becomes the best free agent quarterback available. (This was a market in which four teams showed interest in David Carr.)
We’re just speculating, but Arizona, Carolina, and Oakland are three places that would make logical suitors.