OT Calvin Anderson Reacts To Signing Back With Patriots
The New England Patriots made their first move of 2023 free agency on Tuesday, agreeing to a deal with former Denver Broncos offensive tackle Calvin Anderson on a two-year contract.
Adding Anderson provides the Patriots added depth on the offensive line with Isaiah Wynn entering free agency and perhaps on his way out.
During last season with Denver, Anderson made seven starts at left tackle. In 289 pass-blocking snaps, Anderson allowed 22 pressures and two sacks according to PFF. Over his four years in Denver, he has seen action in 41 games with 12 starts.
The signing marks a reunion of sorts for Anderson, who began his career in New England as an undrafted rookie with the Patriots in 2019.
He was waived by the Patriots in May, claimed by the New York Jets, and added to their practice squad before going to Denver that October.
On Tuesday afternoon, Anderson shared his reaction to the news over Twitter.
I remember signing with you after the draft! Everything come full circle, and I can’t wait to give you everything I have and more.
Not much for me to say, but a lot for me to do.
Let’s work 🤫
— Calvin Anderson (@THE_CONDA25) March 14, 2023
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