In a bit of good news regarding Robby Anderson, the receiver has reportedly had most of the charges stemming from an incident earlier this off-season dropped.
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Anderson was initially facing a litany of charges including felonies for “harm to a public servant/family” after he reportedly threatened the wife of the arresting officer at the scene. Citing insufficient evidence, all charges have been dropped with the exception of a charge for reckless driving which Anderson will face for reportedly being clocked at 105 MPH in a 45 MPH zone.
Anderson will still likely face disciplinary action from the league for violating the personal conduct policy, but anything more than 1 game at this point would be a surprise given the fact that the evidence for the additional charges didn’t hold up.
When former Jets defensive lineman was slapped with similar charges just a couple of seasons ago, the league came back with a one-game suspension for the former first round pick.