Robby Anderson: I did nothing wrong

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In publicly addressing his offseason criminal charges for the first time, Jets receiver Robby Anderson said he “did nothing wrong.”

Police in South Florida arrested Anderson in January after he ran two red lights while fleeing after they clocked him going 105 mph in a 45 mph speed zone. He originally faced a long list of charges, including harming a public servant and aggravated fleeing police.

But the felony charges were dismissed, leaving Anderson facing only misdemeanor reckless driving. His next hearing is set for July 19.

“The situation I was in before, I didn’t do nothing wrong; the truth came out,” Anderson, 25, said Wednesday, via WFAN Sports Radio. “I did nothing wrong; I was proven innocent; the charges were dropped.”

The Jets, who have had seven arrests overall the past 13 months, per WFAN, have supported Anderson since his arrest. Anderson said he does not expect an NFL suspension.

“You know me, I’m not really a type of person that regrets things,” Anderson said. “I know, in life most of the time, everything happens for a reason, and when you go through things, it’s a lesson, and [you can] turn it to a blessing.”

20 responses to “Robby Anderson: I did nothing wrong

  1. First he said: I didn’t do nothing wrong”.

    Then he said: “I know, in life most of the time, everything happens for a reason, and when you go through things, it’s a lesson, and [you can] turn it to a blessing.”

    Did this moron even go to grade school?

  2. If this guy doesn’t realize how dumb he sounds when he says this then the Jets have a problem. Unless he didn’t speed, run red lights, flee police, or harm a public servant, then he did something wrong that he should regret. Apparently he thinks he can do whatever he wants though and nothing will happen to him. This is exactly when the NFL should suspend him so that he’ll actually realize that there are consequences for being a danger to society.

  3. Invoking his Christianity to gather sympathy for the error of his ways.

    He ran two red lights while fleeing after they clocked him going 105 mph in a 45 mph speed zone. Guilty, but he dint do nuffin wrong..

  4. “I paid off the right people and am not subject to the norms of society until I do something so evil my enablers in the NFL will have no choice to turn on me.” There, I fixed it.

  5. Twice the speed limit IS a Misd. ‘reckless driving’. If he’s lucky and smart, he’ll plead that down to 89 in a 45 and pay the fine, court fees and comm. service.

    Of course he will then say he did it to ‘move forward and did nothing wrong’.

  6. dg0122 says:
    June 13, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    Charges being dropped is not the same thing as being proved innocent.
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    So true. But, being charged is also not the same as being guilty.

  7. Next time I get pulled over by a cop going 70 mph OVER the speed limit I’m just gonna tell the cop “I didn’t do anything wrong”. I’m sure he’ll understand

  8. Some people just don’t think they ever need to take responsibility for their actions. A lesson learned for something I didn’t do. Isn’t that like a cheater saying sorry only to do it again….a liar lying saying he isn’t lying….an abuser saying he’s the one being abused. The world is full of people who never do anything wrong but looking at their lives you see everything THEYVE screwed up and yet they don’t bc they have convinced themselves they’ve done nothing wrong.

  9. nflfan12blog says:
    June 13, 2018 at 8:19 pm
    dg0122 says:
    June 13, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    Charges being dropped is not the same thing as being proved innocent.
    ========================================

    So true. But, being charged is also not the same as being guilty.

    So true but let’s be honest, there are plenty of ways to be guilty and have charges dropped. The fog of “Social Justice” alone is enough to render our jurisprudence damned near ineffective. Words are being redefined or simply eliminated from discourse under the guise of them being offensive. Certain people now go into court not only presumed innocent but presumed to have been victims of police prejudice based on skin color alone.

    Being disingenuous isn’t the same as being right.

  10. “I did nothing wrong; I was proven innocent; the charges were dropped.”

    How can you be proven innocent if charges were dropped. Those two are not the same but I doubt if he has the ability to figure that out.

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