4 early candidates for Carolina Panthers’ training camp MVP

(Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) Robby Anderson and Joe Brady
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Robby Anderson – WR

One of the primary performers during training camp so far has undoubtedly been Robby Anderson. The wide receiver has made a significant impression during the first three weeks. And this has only heightened expectations regarding his chances of raises his game even further in 2020.

Anderson has provided cornerbacks on the Carolina Panthers with considerable difficulty on the field. His exceptional speed has got him open at will. And his assured catching prowess is something else that has really caught the eye.

Much is expected of the free-agent signing, who will be lining up alongside D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel next season. This trio has the potential to be among the NFL’s best if they all reach their ceilings. But how offensive coordinator distributes targets will be key to their overall fortunes.

The wideout has lit up camp so far. And if push came to shove by naming an MVP at this stage, then it would be Anderson. New head coach Matt Rhule is no stranger to the player from their time together at Temple. But even he must be pleasantly surprised by what he has seen from the receiver so far.

light. More. 3 backups pushing for serious game time with the Carolina Panthers in 2020

Anderson is one of the league’s primary downfield threats. And there is just no telling how much he can improve with a more consistent quarterback getting him the ball in Teddy Bridgewater.