Pending free agent Robby Anderson, who said on Tuesday that he "truly" wants to be back with the Jets, joined Sportscenter on ESPN on Wednesday to discuss the process -- and his dream about Tom Brady.
Anderson said the dream involved the two of them being on the same practice field, adding that "it would be a dream come true" to play with Brady, whose future with the Patriots is in doubt.
"I didn't see like the actual colors of the jersey, but we literally was like on the same practice field at practice together," Anderson explained.
Calling the free agent process "interesting," Anderson said he's been getting a lot of interest.
"Teams have been expressing to my agent that. ... I'm their ideal guy of who they do want."
As far as what will factor into his decision, Anderson cited the quarterback, organization, how the team views him, and the money, saying "I'm not gonna settle for less than what I'm worth, what I know I can be, and what I've done."
Anderson also wants to go somewhere he can "flourish" and will be considering his living situation as well.
"The style of the offense. I'm looking at it from outside of football, where I would be living. If it's one place compared to another, I might prefer to live there," Anderson said. "Just somewhere generally where I know I'm gonna be able to flourish into the player I can truly be."
Asked point blank whether or not Jets QB Sam Darnold and the state of New Jersey were "pluses," Anderson was vague.
"If it works out with the Jets and my agent, we come to a reasonable -- obviously a great deal -- then it works out."
While the Jets have interest in bringing Anderson back, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reported on Feb. 19 that his market could be too exorbitant for the Jets' taste.
The Jets' wide receiver situation is currently in flux, with Anderson a free agent and Quincy Enunwa's future in doubt due to chronic neck issues.
There's always the chance the Jets take a receiver such as Jerry Jeudy or CeeDee Lamb with the No. 11 pick in the NFL Draft, but Vacchiano recently reported that sources around the NFL would be "shocked" and "blown away" if Gang Green doesn't take an offensive lineman with that pick.