Despite what went down at SoFi Stadium on Sunday, former Carolina Panthers wideout Robbie Anderson still demanded his respect. And that demand, apparently, goes for folks who may not even be apart of the organization anymore.
On Monday’s episode of the Bleav in Carolina Panthers podcast, franchise great Jonathan Stewart dropped his two cents on Anderson’s actions during the Week 6 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Carolina’s all-time leading rusher, clearly, was not amused by what he called a “temper tantrum.”
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Anderson, of course, was sent off into the locker room by interim head coach Steve Wilks in the fourth quarter of the game. That move, in what would be the pass catcher’s final scene as a Panther, was preceded by a shouting match with receivers coach Joe Dailey — one in which Anderson vented his frustrations for being taken out of a third-down situation.
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Less than 24 hours after the incident, the disgruntled veteran was traded to the Arizona Cardinals for two future late-round draft picks.