Andy Slater of WINZ Radio in Miami is reporting that the felony charges against Jets WR Robby Anderson stemming from a traffic incident in Sunrise Florida in January have been dropped.
Anderson will still face misdemeanor reckless driving charges but obviously these are much less severe than what he previously faced.
— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) April 3, 2018
The charges stem from an incident on January 19 where Anderson was stopped by Police for reportedly driving in excess of 100 mph. Anderson then became combative and verbally abusive with the Officers on the scene which led to an original felony charge of threatening a public servant.
This is no doubt this great news to the Jets brass who are hoping Anderson can continue to be a productive contributor to the Jets offense. After signing with the Jets in 2016 as an undrafted free agent out of Temple, the WR has 105 catches for 1528 yards and 9 TD’s in two seasons with Gang Green.