The top wide receiver left on the market found a home.
The New York Daily News first reported the signing.
After the receiver market was slow out of the gate of free agency, it's finally gotten to a gallop, with the No. 23 available player in NFL.com's Top 101 free agents list off the board.
In Carolina, Anderson rejoins new coach Matt Rhule, who he played for at Temple.
In four years with the Jets, Anderson splashed track speed, able to blast by defensive backs with ease. His play, however, was inconsistent, as he earned more than 800 yards just once in his career. The 26 year old generated 52 catches for 779 yards and five touchdowns in 2019.
When he's on, however, Anderson can be a menace for secondaries, capable of taking it to the house on any play.
Speed gets paid in the NFL, and $12 million in Year 1 of the deal is solid for both parties. The contract also allows Anderson to hit the market again in two years when he'll be turning 29.