Robby Anderson familiarizes himself with nuances of his new team Panthers in hilarious way
However, after a strange and unprecedented offseason, it seems as though Anderson is still settling in down in Carolina after spending the early portion of his NFL playing career in the Greater New York City area.
Mic’d up along the sideline on Sunday afternoon against the aforementioned Raiders, Anderson revealed just how little he knows about the Panthers and the team’s culture as the longtime Jets pass-catcher was quite unfamiliar with Carolina’s mascot, known as “Sir Purr.”
Robby Anderson: What’s that bear doing?
DJ Moore: Bear????
DJ: That’s Sir Purr, Bro
Robby: Y’all call him that?
Me: 🤣😂🤣😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/rbU9mN2yns
— Carolina Blitz (@KeepBlitzin) September 16, 2020
Unfortunately for the Panthers newcomer, though, Anderson’s team debut was spoiled as the Raiders ultimately came away with a narrow 34-30 win on the road.
Anderson did play well, though, as he served as the team’s leading receiver in addition to notching six receptions for 114 yards and a touchdown in his Panthers debut.
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