Jets reportedly extend tender offer to keep WR Anderson

The New York Jets are giving wide receiver Robby Anderson a second-round level restricted free agent tender, keeping the Temple product in the fold for another season, according to multiple reports.After earning $633,000 last season, his third with the Jets, the second-round tender would bump Anderson’s salary to $3.1 million. The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder was an undrafted free agent who originally signed with the Jets in 2016.In November, Anderson, 25, indicated that his preference was to not be tendered in order to negotiate a longer-term deal. While the tender offer keeps Anderson off the open market, he can still negotiate a long-term deal with the Jets.