Former Euro baller to suit up for the Titans
The Tennessee Titans signed first-year player LB Kadarron Anderson.Anderson (6-1, 234) was a three-year starter at middle linebacker for Furman and earned FCS All-America honors as a senior. During his college career, he totaled 372 tackles and as a senior, he collected 111 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles.Last year he signed with the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent following the NFL Draft. He was released in the final round of cuts before the regular season.While in high school, Anderson played basketball, soccer and ran track along with playing football. While playing football, Anderson played almost every position except for his current one, linebacker. Anderson saw action at free safety, wide receiver, punt returner, kick returner and quarterback while at Emerald. He was a three-time All-Lakeland and all-region selection and two-time coaches all-state recipient.”I had some emotional problems growing up so I used sports as an outlet to take my mind off of everything,” said Anderson. “I was basically doing anything that would keep my mind going forward and try to not to reminisce on the past too much.”Despite receiving offers from multiple schools including a few Conference-USA teams, Anderson decided to play college football at Furman where he majored in Business Administration. He started for three years at middle linebacker for the Paladins and recorded 372 tackles including 21 for a loss in his 44-game career. He was a three-time All-Southern Conference selection after leading the team in tackles in each of his three years as a starter.”Furman has a great reputation for academics,” said Anderson.”I knew that I couldn’t bank everything on football. Getting a good degree will help me out later in life.”Since graduating, Kadarron said he has turned his focus to competing for a spot on an NFL roster, a dream he has had since before he even played organized sports.