Earlier today, the Redskins added receiver David Anderson to help jump start the offensive aerial attack. Anderson comes over from Houston, where he worked with Kyle Shanahan from 2006-09. In his rookie season, Shanahan was his receivers coach.
In 2008-09, he was Anderson’s offensive coordinator, a period of time when Anderson appeared in 32 games with 611 yards and two touchdowns.
And it’s the chance of another touchdown that Redskins fans can look forward to, not only for the six points, but for the subsequent touchdown dance.
Late night comedian Conan O’Brien has a dance called “The No Strings Dance.” Admire:
It turns out, Anderson has a polished rendition of the dance, inspired by the red-headed late night sensation himself:
As it turned out, O’Brien was so impressed with Anderson’s rendition, that he brought in Anderson to teach the health benefits of his dance:
Not only does Anderson have a chance to contribute on offense right away, but he’s also a character. For confirmation, look no further than his Twitter (@DavidAnderson89):
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