The Carolina Panthers didn't make a big impression against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, but interim coach Steve

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Wilks did by benching wide receiver Robbie Anderson late in the third quarter following a heated disagreement between the player and position coach Joe Dailey.

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After a 24-10 defeat in his first game as Anderson's replacement after Matt Rhule was fired on Monday, Wilks remarked of Anderson, 

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No one is larger than the team." "I'm not going to concentrate all of my attention on one person," the speaker said.

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Anderson said he "had no idea" why he was sent to the locker room. Dailey was not available for comment, but Anderson opted to talk to reporters after meeting with general manager Scott Fitterer.

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After Carolina's fifth loss in six games this season and 12th in the previous 13 games going back to last season, Anderson made it obvious he hadn't been instructed he had to address the media.

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"Not just me is involved. Young children should learn to advocate for themselves when they experience similar circumstances."

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Anderson said anyone in his position would have been upset at being told he couldn't play.

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Anderson won't be playing in the NFC South game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week, according to Wilks.

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As well as myself, everyone is being reviewed, Wilks stated. We need to determine the offensive and defensive synergy that will be best to deploy on the field. 

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