Robby Anderson is new to the Carolina Panthers for the 2020 season after signing a free-agent deal with them during the offseason. Therefore his Week 1 game was probably his first exposure to the team's mascot, a panther named "Sir Purr."
However, Anderson might need to brush up on his animal identification and context clues skills, because he incorrectly identified Sir Purr as a bear.
When he asked Panthers wide receiver D.J. Moore about Sir Purr, Moore was understandably confused. The conversation that then ensued was nothing short of hilarious.
Anderson seemed shocked at the mascot's name. Although, it was only Week 1 and we'll give Anderson a pass just this one time while he gets acclimated to his new city, new team and new mascot, something his last team, the New York Jets, did not have.
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