Robby Anderson Has Felony Charge Dropped

Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has had felony charges stemming from a January arrest dropped, according to Darryl Slater of NJ.com. However, Anderson is also still facing a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving from that same incident.

Anderson, 24, was originally hit with nine charges after being arrested and threatening to sexually assault the wife of the arresting officer, but the three felonies — second-degree felony harm to a public servant or family, third-degree felony fleeing/eluding police while lights/siren active and third-degree felony speeding — have been dropped.

Unfortunately, Anderson is also facing felony charges from a separate episode, as he was arrested last May after getting into a fight at a Miami music festival. Anderson is looking at charges of felony resisting arrest with violence and obstruction of police for that incident. Of course, the NFL could (and likely will) choose to impose a suspension on Anderson, regardless of the legal outcome of any of his cases.

Anderson enjoyed a breakout campaign with the Jets in 2017, registering 63 receptions for 941 yards and seven touchdowns in his second seasons in the league. A big-play threat, Anderson recorded six of his seven scoring grabs from more than 20 yards away from the goal line. New York has seemingly hedged against a possible Anderson ban by inking fellow pass-catchers Terrelle Pryor and Andre Roberts this offseason.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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11 comments on “Robby Anderson Has Felony Charge Dropped

    • crosseyedlemon

      I need to get the T-shirt that says “I started out with nothing and still have most of it left”.

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  1. Clark K

    *waits for the “what a thug” and “they should trade him to the Bengals so he can be with the other thugs” comments*

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    • tank62
      tank62

      Still has felony charges pending. Still a punk and an idiot just msybe not quite a thug

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    • DannyQ3913

      We’ll wait to see what they do with the other felony incident first hahaha

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    • cheese

      What a thug, they should trade him to the Bengals so he can be with the other thugs.

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  2. Polish Hammer

    Not sure why when I saw his name I thought it said Robbery Anderson…

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  3. crosseyedlemon

    Leave it to the Jets to find a WR that drops both passes and felony charges….lol.

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