"It appeared to be a little out of the ordinary," Anderson told Florio on Friday, according to an interview transcript obtained by NFL.com. "It didn't seem to be a natural football move. We're going to withhold judgment until we see all of the angles."
"Certainly, we have to go on a player's history and we have a process. ... Because if you're a repeat offender, you really are not entitled to the benefit of the doubt."