— Broncos Wire (@TheBroncosWire) September 18, 2020
Still an all-time favorite moment. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/k3dcjyycsU
— MileHighReport (@MileHighReport) September 18, 2020
Congratulations to @cjandersonb22 on an awesome NFL career with some of my favorite plays in Broncos history. TD run vs. Patriots, TD in Super Bowl 50, the catch and run vs. Oakland, the pinball run vs. the Colts, many more.
— Sayre Bedinger (@SayreBedinger) September 18, 2020
— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurkeNFL) September 18, 2020
Thank you, C.J. Anderson❤️ pic.twitter.com/6981oKVpev
— Big Play Hayes (@hayes77059765) September 18, 2020
— Playoff Daryl (@DarylT_13) September 18, 2020
C.J. Anderson retires as the Broncos 9th all-time leading rusher with 3,051 yards.
He and Terrell Davis (No. 1 on that list) are the only RBs to ever start in a Broncos Super Bowl victory.
— Zac Stevens (@ZacStevensDNVR) September 18, 2020
C.J. Anderson: "You know my offensive mind. I want to be a head coach some day, coach at the highest level. I've learned from some of the best, Kubiak, Goose (Gase), McVay, E (Studesville), Norv, VJ (Joseph). I want to pass my knowledge on to the next generation." #9sports https://t.co/gRfTnaTj45
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) September 18, 2020
C.J. Anderson hangs them up. What a great career for the once undrafted free agent. https://t.co/o6HYeyavVp
— CTB (@catchtheblitz) September 18, 2020
— Hannah Wilkes (@hannahjwilkes) September 18, 2020
C.J. Anderson is the single greatest reason the Rams made it to the Super Bowl. With all that fans now know about the fragility of Todd Gurley, who’s now in Atlanta, how LA saw fit to cut bait on Anderson is why they are much closer to the bottom than the top of the NFC West.
— Steve Rivera (@IAmSteveRivera) September 18, 2020
C.J Anderson was a good back in the NFL will never forget his impact he had with the Rams was a great leader congratulations on a great career and enjoy retirement C.J Anderson https://t.co/1hqU9r0QPC
— JLR0825 (@JLR0825) September 18, 2020
Veteran RB C.J. Anderson is retiring from NFL at age 29. Anderson now plans to pursue a career in coaching and initially is likely to do it at a big power 5 college. “Details soon”.
— TimeoutSPORTS__ (@TimeoutSPORTS3) September 18, 2020
— Deb Carson (@DebCarson) September 18, 2020
Anderson plans to now become a coach in college football.