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Wed, 25 May 2005 06:30:32 -0700
The Calgary Sun reports the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL have signed former Carolina Panthers CB Rashard Anderson. He has had off-the-field issues while in the NFL, but Calgary has decided to give him a chance.
Thu, 05 Aug 2004 20:26:00 -0700
The Carolina Panthers have released CB Rashard Anderson, reports ESPN.com.
Wed, 21 Jul 2004 10:27:43 -0700
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports the Carolina Panthers are likely to release CB Rashard Anderson, who has been suspended for the past two seasons for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, even if he is reinstated by the league. Anderson's 2004 cap figure will be $1.3 million, but if he is released, Carolina will take a $565,000 hit that could be divided over the next two years. The Panthers also feel they have plenty of cornerback depth.
Wed, 21 Jul 2004 10:23:58 -0700
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports Carolina Panthers CB Rashard Anderson could be reinstated by the NFL before the season. Anderson has been suspended the past two years for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Anderson will likely have a hearing this month with league officials in New York, according to a source close to the situation.
Wed, 17 Dec 2003 08:21:58 -0800
Steve Reed, of the Gaston Gazette, reports former Carolina Panthers' first-round draft pick CB Rashard Anderson will meet with NFL officials and doctors on Wednesday, Dec. 17, in hopes of being reinstated to the league. Anderson has missed the last two seasons after multiple violations of the league's substance abuse policy. However, if reinstated, if appears highly unlikely he will play for the Panthers again.
Thu, 17 Jul 2003 07:18:04 -0700
Updating previous reports, Stan Olson, of the Charlotte Observer, reports the NFL has not reinstated Carolina Panthers CB Rashard Anderson because he tested positive again in a May drug test, a source close to the process said. Anderson's status is not expected to be re-evaluated by the NFL until December, making it certain he will not play for the Panthers this season. "The decision on Rashard's being reinstated now rests in the hands of the commissioner," said Anderson's agent, Ben Wilson. "It's frustrating, but it's going to be awhile now." The Panthers could release Anderson before camp.
Tue, 15 Jul 2003 07:24:16 -0700
Stan Olson, of the Charlotte Observer, reports Carolina Panthers CB Rashard Anderson, the No. 1 pick from 2000, will likely miss his second season in a row due to a league suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy. Anderson, who expected a decision in mid-May after meeting with NFL physicians, has yet to be reinstated by the league. "Rashard has not been reinstated, and we think it's going to be awhile," Andersons's agent said. "We're going to have to be patient."
Mon, 26 May 2003 11:13:13 -0700
Updating previous reports, Len Pasquarelli for ESPN.com reports former NFL CB Rashard Anderson (Panthers) hopes to be reinstated by the league this week after serving a one-year suspension for a repeat violation of the league’s substance abuse policy. Anderson met with league officials and doctors two weeks ago, potentially the final step before his ban is lifted. “So far all signs are positive, but the final word lies with the commissioner,” said Anderson’s agent, Ben Wilson. “We’re hoping to hear something soon.”
Fri, 02 May 2003 05:10:58 -0700
Updating previous reports, the Charlotte Observer reports former NFL CB Rashard Anderson (Panthers) will meet with NFL physicians early this month in hopes of being reinstated into the league, his agent said Thursday. The league suspended Anderson last season for violating its substance abuse policy. A decision could come by the middle of the month.
Sun, 30 Mar 2003 09:23:43 -0800
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports Carolina Panthers DB Rashard Anderson will be eligible for reinstatement in May after being suspended one-year for violating the leagueís substance-abuse policy. However, itís unknown right now on whether or not the team will want him. Team owner Jerry Richardson said itís a decision GM Marty Hurney and head coach John Fox will have to make. If he remains with the team, heíll have a cap hit of about $1.2 million. If heís released, itíll be about the same hit against the cap.
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