4 potential destinations for Robby Anderson in 2022 free agency

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Carolina Panthers
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Las Vegas Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders got a good look at what Robby Anderson could do in Week 1 of the 2020 season when he torched them for a big yardage touchdown. More importantly, the organization might have some significant questions to answer at the wide receiver position heading into free agency next year.

Henry Ruggs III showed glimpses of promise last time around. Whether he’ll ever be classed as a true No. 1 wideout is up for debate.

The same questions also surround the likes of John Brown and Bryan Edwards in 2021.

Fortunately for the Raiders, they have the next great pass-catching tight end in Darren Waller, who could propel himself to superstardom with further adjustments in the coming weeks.

Their running game is also strong with Josh Jacobs and Kenyan Drake, so Las Vegas’ progression on offense will come down to quarterback Derek Carr and whether their skill position players on the outside stand up and be counted.

Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock are under a great deal of pressure to get things right where the Raiders are concerned throughout the upcoming campaign. They have $51.11 million in cap space at their disposal in 2022 and if they make Anderson an offer he can’t refuse, his time with the Carolina Panthers could come to an end.