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Dolphins sign RB C.J. Anderson to a 4-year offer

Mar 10, 2016 at 1:54 PM--


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The Miami Dolphins have signed Broncos restricted free-agent RB C.J. Anderson to a 4-year offer sheet, giving Denver five days to match or lose him. The San Francisco 49ers, who have been looking for some running back help, showed interest in Anderson.


Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reported the 49ers' interest yesterday. "While splitting carries with Ronnie Hillman for most of the season, Anderson finished 2015 with 720 rushing yards (4.74-yard avg.) and five touchdowns. He started Super Bowl 50 and rushed for the team's only offensive touchdown," Barrows pointed out.

There are also some questions regarding the durability of Hyde, who missed nine games last season with a broken foot. Hyde appears to be recovering well and is on track to take part in the team's offseason activities.



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