C.J. Anderson RUMORS & NEWS

  • C.J. Anderson’s knee ‘healing ahead of schedule’

    Sportsnaut "Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson was thought to be out for the season after undergoing knee surgery in late October. He was placed on IR, and one report suggested he’d take months to heal. A few weeks have gone by since then, and Anderson — a guy with the “knee of an eight-year-old” —..." November 19

  • Doctor: C.J. Anderson has ‘knee of an eight-year-old’

    NBC News 9 Colorado "Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson’s 2016 season came to an abrupt end in Week 7. Anderson was diagnosed with a meniscus tear. Unfortunately following an arthroscopic surgery, the Broncos placed him on IR. Anderson’s surgeon, Dr. Ting, is reportedly going to discuss the running back’s..." November 04

  • Broncos reportedly place C.J. Anderson on IR, postseason return possible

    CBS Sports "The situation surrounding C.J. Anderson's knee injury is gaining some clarity in terms of a timetable for his eventual return. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Broncos placed their running back on injured reserve Friday. And that means Anderson won't be eligible to return for at..." October 28

  • Broncos RB C.J. Anderson has knee surgery, could return in as soon as four weeks

    ESPN "Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson could return in as little as four weeks after having a minor arthroscopic procedure to repair the meniscus in his right knee, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Friday. Anderson, who is out indefinitely, tweeted about the surgery Friday..." October 28

  • C.J. Anderson declares surgery “a super success”

    Pro Football Talk "NFL players almost always refer to every surgery as “a success.” Broncos running back C.J. Anderson has gone a bit further than that. Anderson, who had surgery to repair a torn meniscus on Thursday, wrote on Twitter this morning that his surgery was not just a success but “a super..." October 28

  • C.J. Anderson Refutes Report He’s Done For Season On Twitter, Then Deletes Tweet

    CBS Denver "C.J. Anderson appears to be upset by a report from NFL.com that states the Broncos running back is going to be unable to play for the rest of the season due to his knee injury. First Ian Rapoport tweeted: “RB CJ Anderson has told people close to him that he’s done for the year, I am told...." October 27

  • C.J. Anderson (knee) to have surgery, will go on IR

    NFL.com "The Denver Broncos received bad injury news on C.J. Anderson. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the running back told people close to him that he's done for the season. Rapoport added, per a source informed of the situation, that Anderson will have an arthroscopic procedure on his..." October 27

  • C.J. Anderson undergoing further tests, strong possibility of missing time

    Denver Post "Broncos running back C.J. Anderson is undergoing further tests on his right knee and, while nothing is finalized, there is a strong possibility he could miss extended time. Anderson injured his knee on the final play of the first quarter Monday night against the Texans. He stayed on the ground..." October 27

  • C.J. Anderson getting evaluated for knee injury

    NBC News 9 Colorado "As the Denver Broncos begin preparations for their game Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, one player will be absent from practice Wednesday. Running back C.J. Anderson is currently getting a second medical opinion on a right knee injury, sources told 9NEWS. Anderson suffered during the..." October 26

  • Kubiak plans to keep using C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker

    Pro Football Talk "On Monday night, the Broncos finally rediscovered their running game, with C.J. Anderson gaining 107 yards on 16 carries and Devontae Booker gaining 83 yards on 17 attempts. Will that approach continue for the 5-2 team? “I sure hope so,” coach Gary Kubiak told reporters on Tuesday...." October 26

  • C.J. Anderson says he’s feeling no pressure

    Denver Post "With a young quarterback, Denver would like to lean on its running game to be the catalyst of the offense. The Broncos started strong rushing for more than 130 yards in their first two games, but they’ve failed to eclipse 90 yards in each of the last four. A leaky offensive line has been at the..." October 23

  • Should Broncos start Devontae Booker over C.J. Anderson?

    Denver Post "Should the Broncos start Devontae Booker over C.J. Anderson at running back? Kiz: OK, there’s no need to over-analyze it. Broncos coach Gary Kubiak likes to run the football. When his team has trouble running, his offense sputters. After general manager John Elway revamped the offensive line..." October 20

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