Robby Anderson needed just one word on Instagram to make an observation about Baker Mayfield potentially joining the Carolina Panthers.
After DeShaun Watson traded the Houston Texans for the Cleveland Browns, Baker Mayfield is looking for a new home.
The 2017 Heisman winner was selected first overall in the 2018 draft by the Browns, but his time in Ohio looks to be ending with the signing of Watson.
He was linked with the Carolina Panthers on Friday, with current wide receiver Robby Anderson commenting on Instagram some of his thoughts in a single word.
But what did Robby Anderson say about Baker Mayfield joining the Carolina Panthers?
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On Friday, NFL journalist Ian Rapoport suggested that Mayfield could be about to be traded to the Panthers by the Browns on “The Pat McAfee Show.”
“To me, the Carolina Panthers seem to be the most likely spot for Baker Mayfield,” he explained.
“Or maybe a team brings him in as a high-money backup, like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – that would make some sense to me.”
In response to the Baker Mayfield claims, Robby Anderson responded via a comment on a Panthers’ fan Instagram page.
Commenting on Panthers Way, Anderson wrote ‘Nooooo’ as his thoughts, publicly available for all to see.
He added a second comment of ‘Facts’ to another post picking up on his original one.
How did they do last season?
In the 2021/22 NFL season, the Panthers had a 5-12 record – missing out for a fourth season on the Playoffs.
Meanwhile, the Browns also missed the NFL Playoffs.
They went 8-9 and finished third in the AFC North.
Anderson produced five touchdowns from 519 receiving yards in 2021, as Mayfield threw 17 TDs and made 3,010 yards.
Both those statistics were the worst in Mayfield’s NFL career.
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