Broncos rookie running back C.J. Anderson to make NFL debut Sunday
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 27, 2013
Anderson a look this week, when would they? The Broncos need to get better. Anderson, an undrafted rookie from California, will be on the Broncos' active roster for Sunday's home game against the Washington Redskins. Anderson is expected to take the game-day roster spot of Ronnie Hillman, who fumbled at Indianapolis' 2-yard line late in the fourth quarter last Sunday to kill the Broncos' chances of completing a comeback. Undrafted out of California, Anderson will be activated on the Broncos' 46-man game roster for the game against the Mike Shanahan-led Washington Redskins, according to multiple NFL sources. Hmm, wonder why? The Broncos run the ball effectively with the lead in the fourth quarter of a playoff game and they will never have to worry about a long pass that beats them. He is getting used more than his ripped-apart-and-sewn-back-together knees two major surgeries in two years should handle because youngsters Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman have yet to seize the available backup role.