By | ESPN | 3 months 22 hours ago | Football
Jets receiver Robby Anderson's felony charge for resisting arrest with violence in 2017 has been dropped by prosecutors in Florida because of insufficient evidence, attorney Ed O'Donnell said Wednesday.
By Rob Goldberg | Bleacher Report | 3 months 23 hours ago | Football
After New York Jets receiver Robby Anderson was initially charged with resisting arrest with violence in May 2017, Florida prosecutors are set to drop the felony charge, as his attorney Ed O'Donnell told NFL Network's Mike Garafolo (h/t NFL...
By Josh Alper | ProFootballTalk | 3 months 1 day ago | Football
Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson won’t face prosecution on a felony charge related to a 2017 arrest in Florida. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports, via Anderson’s lawyer, that prosecutors have decided to drop a felony charge of resisting arrest against Anderson. Anderson was accused of pushing a police officer after being told to leave [ more ]