Robby Anderson will hit free agency for the first time in his career, and it seems that there will not be any hometown discount given to the Jets when it comes to signing the wide receiver this offseason.
Since signing with the Jets as an undrafted free agent in 2016, Anderson -- who was born in New Jersey -- has been one of the top receivers on the team. He has amassed over 3,000 yards and caught 20 touchdowns over the last four seasons.
But Anderson will look to find his value in free agency and seems to be looking forward to the opportunity.
"I don't really think that it's logical to sign at this point you know," Anderson said on potentially signing with the Jets before he hits the open market. "From a business perspective it's like, why wouldn't I go out there and see what my value truly could be and do things in the correct business matter."
"I mean I think the goal in a business perspective is to get the most money in the best situation. ...It's very exciting. Coming in undrafted, the tables turn and I kind of feel like the world is in my hands in a sense, so I'm excited."
Anderson has missed just two games in his career, so his durability combined with his production could be a very enticing pairing for a team in need of a wide receiver.