Robby Anderson

#11 WR / N.Y. Jets / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 190 lb Age: 26 College: Temple Bye 4

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Nursing undisclosed injury

    Robby Anderson (undisclosed) is not practicing Thursday due to an apparent injury, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.It sounds like Anderson has actually been limited since Tuesday and, overall, hasn't gotten many reps in team drills during this week's minicamp. The New York Jets haven't provided a reason for his limitations, but the fact Anderson is present at practice bodes well for his long-term health. We won't be worried about him unless his injury drags into training camp.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Officially signs RFA tender

    Robby Anderson officially signed his restricted free-agent tender Thursday, Darryl Slater of NJ Advance Media reports.Though technically able to sign a deal elsewhere, the second-round tender New York assigned Anderson in February made it highly unlikely Anderson would be going anywhere this offseason. Now having officially put pen to paper, Anderson is set to embark on a contract year as one of the top targets in a Sam Darnold-led offense.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Locked in for key role under Gase

    Coach Adam Gase believes the New York Jets can do more to get Robby Anderson involved in a variety of ways, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.Anderson has proven himself as a deep threat with career marks of 14.7 yards per catch and 8.0 per target, but the nature of his role combined with shaky quarterback play has made consistency elusive. While Gase seems to be hinting at a more dynamic role that allows Anderson to move around the formation, it will be tough to find snaps in the slot with Jamison Crowder, Quincy Enunwa and Le'Veon Bell all on the roster. The added competition for targets could easily be offset by improved efficiency, as Anderson turns 26 in May and quarterback Sam Darnold celebrates his 22nd birthday a month later. The two showed a strong connection late last season when Anderson caught 23 of 39 targets for 336 yards (8.6 YPT) and three touchdowns over the final four weeks.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Receives second-round tender

    The New York Jets assigned Robby Anderson, a restricted free agent, a second-round tender, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Anderson can still sign an offer sheet with another team this offseason, but that team would have to send the Jets a second-round pick -- if the Jets don't choose to match the offer themselves. The three-year vet caught 50 passes for 752 yards and six scores over 14 games in 2018, but an atrocious 53-percent catch rate hinders his status as a game-breaking deep threat.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Hot streak ends in season finale

    Robby Anderson caught three of eight targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 38-3 loss to the Patriots. He finishes the season with 50 catches for 752 yards and six touchdowns.Anderson capped the campaign with a dud, but the speedster had been displaying excellent chemistry with quarterback Sam Darnold with 20 catches, 312 yards and three touchdowns in the previous three weeks. Continuity is key for a young quarterback, so the New York Jets are expected to bring back Anderson, who's a restricted free agent. Despite some inconsistency and injury struggles, Anderson was Darnold's most dangerous weapon this year.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Stretches TD streak to three

    Robby Anderson hauled in nine of 13 targets for 140 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 44-38 loss to Green Bay.Anderson got free downfield for a 33-yard touchdown in the second quarter on a fake running back screen, and a locked-in Sam Darnold found him with ease. After the rookie quarterback and speedy wide receiver both battled injuries in the middle portion of the season, they've developed a tremendous rapport over the past three weeks, linking up for 20 catches, 312 yards and three touchdowns. Owners who have looked Anderson's way during this hot streak should keep riding the wave against New England in Week 17.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Set for top wideout duties again

    Robby Anderson is expected to serve as the New York Jets' top receiving option in Week 16 against the Packers with Quincy Enunwa (ankle) ruled out for the contest.Enunwa forged a quick connection with rookie signal-caller Sam Darnold in the first half of the schedule, but Anderson has made the bigger impression of the two over the last two weeks while Enunwa has been held out or limited by the ankle injury. In those contests, Anderson has drawn 18 targets, turning them into 11 catches for 172 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Darnold should look Anderson's way often again in Week 16, though the speedy wideout could struggle to generate downfield separation from the Packers' top corner, Jaire Alexander, a burner in his own right.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Grabs touchdown in Week 15

    Robby Anderson caught seven of 11 targets for 96 yards in Saturday's loss to the Texans.Anderson took advantage of Quincy Enunwa's (ankle) absence and was quarterback Sam Darnold's clear top target Saturday, with no other pass catcher receiving more than five targets. The 25-year-old now has 11 catches for 172 yards and two touchdowns in the last two games, by far his best two-game stretch of the season. Enunwa's status for Week 16 will impact Anderson's outlook as he attempts to continue his solid production against the Packers.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Likely No. 1 wideout in Week 15

    Robby Anderson is expected to serve as the New York Jets' top receiver Sunday against the Texans with fellow starter Quincy Enunwa (ankle) ruled out for the contest, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.With Sam Darnold (foot) returning from a three-game absence to start in the Week 14 win over the Bills, Anderson (four receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown on seven targets) actually outproduced Enunwa (three catches for 22 yards on four targets), who had been the rookie signal-caller's go-to option in the passing game for much of the first half of the season. The big performance in addition to Enunwa's absence should make Anderson a more comfortable option in Week 15 fantasy lineups, though the speedy 25-year-old still carries considerable bust potential from game to game. The last time Enunwa missed a game in which Anderson played (Week 7 against the Vikings), the latter drew 10 targets, but hauled in only three of them for 44 yards.

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    Jets' Robby Anderson: Finds paydirt in Week 14

    Robby Anderson (ankle) caught four of seven targets for 76 yards in Sunday's 27-23 win over the Bills.Despite battling a tough Buffalo secondary, Anderson took over in the fourth quarter. His 7-yard touchdown with 12:06 remaining tied the game at 20-20, then Anderson caught a crucial 37-yard pass down the sideline with under two minutes remaining. Anderson couldn't get both feet down on an end-zone target later in the drive, but his big catch helped set up Elijah McGuire's 1-yard score, which turned a 23-20 deficit into a 27-23 lead. The speedy wideout's getting healthy just in time to help out owners down the stretch. In Week 15, he draws a Houston team that just allowed Colts speedster T.Y. Hilton to rack up 199 receiving yards.