C.J. Anderson discusses his signing with Carolina Panthers

Jesse Bethel High graduate C.J. Anderson may or may not be a fan of musician James Taylor, but he definitely has Carolina on his mind now. Nearly three weeks after Anderson was released by the Denver Broncos, the former Jaguar signed a one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers, who finished 11-5 last season and in first place in the NFC South. Although North Carolina’s state motto is “first in flight,” Anderson is glad he’s with a team that does a lot of damage on the ground. “I choose Carolina because the team fits my game well with a run-first offense,” Anderson said. “I have a lot of respect for (head coach) Ron Rivera and (offensive coordinator) Norv Turner. There may have been other

New CB Jermaine Kelly loves Texans, J.J. Watt

Texans select CB Jermaine Kelly at No. 222 The Texans wrapped up their 2018 NFL Draft with their selection of cornerback Jermaine Kelly in the seventh round (222nd overall). Kelly (6-1, 195) transferred from the University of Washington before playing two seasons for the Spartans (2016-17). In 2017, Kelly recorded 53 tackles (46 solo), one tackle for loss, 12 pass breakups and one interception returned 68 yards for a touchdown. "Studying another San Jose State prospect, I noticed No. 3 making a bunch of plays at cornerback - that was Kelly," Texans football analyst John Harris said. "He has prototype size, length and speed to play on the outside. He was a captain for the Spartans as wel

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