Anderson can be seen in the video behind Watson in the video above.
"Bottom line, Ryan didn't ask Deshaun to leave", Broderick said, "and they have since talked after the incident".
Anderson - a projected NFL Draft pick - was seen on video along with Tide alum Wallace Gilberry talking to the ex-Clemson QB right before he was escorted out of the Innisfree Irish Pub on Friday night.
As you would expect, emotions are still running high for the Alabama faithful and two former Crimson Tide players made a decision to heckle Watson while he was enjoying a meal.
The former Clemson quarterback made a decision to visit enemy territory over the weekend, which meant a visit to Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
As Watson started walking out, a woman was overheard saying sorry and that the situation was "sad".
The person who shot the video tweeted, "Everyone in the bar told him he was just unwelcome". We apologize for any inconvenience this incident caused to our customers.
Innisfree is located near the University of Alabama, which is also in Tuscaloosa.
Allen would know better than most when it comes to evaluating Watson, as the Clemson star lit up Alabama's defense for 825 passing yards, seven passing touchdowns to only one interception and an additional 116 rushing yards and another score on the ground in the last two National Championship Games combined.
Watson has been viewed as a first-round pick - and possibly the first quarterback selected - in the 2017 NFL Draft; Anderson's best-case scenario appears to be as a second-round pick.