Robbie Anderson reports for Panthers minicamp

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Panthers wide receiver Robbie Anderson posted a tweet over the weekend saying that he was thinking about retiring from the NFL, but those thoughts now appear to be on hold.

Anderson later deleted the tweet and he posted a pair of pictures from the Panthers locker room on Monday. The team kicks off its three-day mandatory minicamp on Tuesday.

The Panthers would have been able to fine Anderson more than $95,000 if he skipped all three days of the minicamp and retiring would cost him even more money since most of his 2022 salary was converted to a signing bonus this offseason.

Anderson is signed through the 2023 season. We’ll have to wait to see if he’ll stick with the Panthers to that point, but it certainly looks like the status quo will stand in 2022.

5 responses to “Robbie Anderson reports for Panthers minicamp

  1. Why retire?
    If he does he owes 19,000,000 in bonus money.

    Play one more year for a ton of money.
    Then if cut, he can retire, and keep the 19,000,000 plus the 1,000,000 he earns by playing.

  2. From the way he was playing last season, I do believe he was thinking about that then.

  3. How many drops did Robby have last year? Enough 3rd down ones to make a Panther fan scream. Retire please, Robby.

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