The drama continues for the Carolina Panthers.
They are now at 1-5 after losing to the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams in Week 6.
Unfortunately, firing Matt Rhule didn’t help the Panthers, as Steve Wilks lost his debut as interim head coach.
The change at quarterback didn’t help either, as Baker Mayfield was sidelined with a high ankle sprain.
P.J. Walker took over but only had 60 passing yards against the Rams.
But that’s not all because wide receiver Robbie Anderson confronted receivers coach Joe Dailey during the game.
Tensions boiled over, and Anderson was eventually sent to the locker room.
Despite the turmoil within their squad, Wilks reiterated that no individual is bigger than the team.
Steve Wilks said about Robbie Anderson: No individual is bigger than the team.
— Joe Person (@josephperson) October 16, 2022
The situation continues to unravel for the Panthers, and there’s no end in sight.
Anderson went undrafted in the 2016 NFL Draft but was signed by the New York Jets.
He stayed there for four seasons before signing with the Panthers on a two-year, $20 million contract.
He had his best season in 2020 when he had 1,096 yards and three touchdowns.
Anderson finished with 519 yards and five touchdowns last season.
The Aftermath Of The Confrontation
Today, Anderson was traded to the Arizona Cardinals, according to NFL Network national insider Ian Rapoport.
Quarterback Kyler Murray will have a new target, and it came at the perfect time.
Meanwhile, the situation remains bleak for the Panthers because they are in a three-game losing streak.
Unfortunately, waiting for them over the next four weeks are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cincinnati Bengals, and the Atlanta Falcons twice.
Winning those matches can help ease the situation within the organization.
But they must make their move now to avoid another losing season.