He did not take his talent to Miami. The Miami Dolphins barely had the ink dry on their offer of $18 million to Broncos running back C.J. Anderson, but the Denver Broncos matched that offer to keep Anderson in the Mile High City.

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Since playing under coach Gary Kubiak's zone-blocking running offense, Anderson has picked up 4.7 yards-per-carry in 2015. Miami may be licking its wounds missing out on such a young, poised to be great running back but they still have a solid back in Boise State alum Jay Ajayi, who is a reliable runner. Beyond all of that, Anderson is a good guy. He's a great representation of the Denver Broncos organization and more than anything he loves playing for the Broncos.