Jets’ Robby Anderson Receives Probation

Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson pled no contest to charges of reckless driving this week, attorney Ed O’Donnell tells Mike Garafolo of (on Twitter). As a result, he’ll get six months of “non-reporting” probation. With that, all of the charges from Anderson’s two arrests have been addressed. 

This particular arrest was for Anderson’s speeding incident, in which he was pulled over for driving 105 mph in a 45 mph zone. The 25-year-old was hit with nine charges in total after he threatened to sexually assault the wife of the arresting officer. The majority of those charges were dropped, which was good news for Anderson since three of the nine charges were felonies.

This incident is not to be confused with the one at a Miami music festival in which Anderson was said to have resisted arrest with violence after getting into a fight. Last month, Florida prosecutors dropped the felony charges associated with that incident.

Legally speaking, Anderson is pretty much in the clear. However, it’s possible that he will face league discipline after the NFL completes its investigation into both incidents.

Losing Anderson for any period of time would be tough for the Jets, but they do have some depth at the wide receiver position. Jermaine Kearse, Terrelle Pryor (if healthy), Quincy Enunwa, ArDarius Stewart, and Andre Roberts are among those who can pick up the slack if Anderson misses time.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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7 comments on “Jets’ Robby Anderson Receives Probation

  1. frankthetank1985

    Thug! He got off easy. If he has, he better not kneel anymore.

  2. cka2nd

    “Non-reporting” probation. I may be a Commie Pinko Red critic of the police, but even I’m rolling my eyes over that one. As a former union shop steward who’s had to defend members AND non-members (open shop) in grievance hearings, including people I’d really love to have seen shoved out the door, Anderson is one of those guys who deserves some kind of penalty from the league. Ideally, he will grow up and learn self-control and turn into a better human being than he is today. Knock on wood.

  3. nitemare

    Money talks… And the guilty walks… The average person would be in jail for this


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