Robby Anderson gets six months probation for reckless driving

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Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has resolved the final charge from a January arrest in South Florida.

Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports, via Anderson’s lawyer, that the wideout pleaded no contest to a reckless driving charge on Wednesday. He was sentenced to six months of “non-reporting probation” and Garafolo adds that the NFL’s review of the incident under the Personal Conduct Policy is ongoing.

Anderson was arrested after being clocked at 105 mph in a 45 mph zone. He was initially charged with felonies, including harming a public servant or public servant’s family, but they were dismissed and only the misdemeanor reckless driving charge remained on the docket.

Anderson also had a felony charge of resisting arrest from a 2017 arrest dropped this offseason.

21 responses to “Robby Anderson gets six months probation for reckless driving

  1. Sooner or later this idiot is going to do something he can’t get away with. I hope that’s before he kills an innocent person while driving over 100mph in a residential area.

  2. It seems as though after 2 incidents with the law, Robbie has fought the law & Robbie has won. For the sake of those he encounters in life and his own well being I hope this ends his interactions with the police. How about 12 months of no possible trouble, good health & a solid year on the field, please?

  3. >>Anderson was arrested after being clocked at 105 mph in a 45 mph zone.

    The thing is when you are driving you aren’t expecting someone to be going that fast. You may try changing lanes and the speeding car is upon you far faster than you expected. This can cause a serious accident.

  4. “Sooner or later this idiot is going to do something he can’t get away with. I hope that’s before he kills an innocent person while driving over 100mph in a residential area.”

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    Agreed, but for the sake of keeping things accurate, residential areas are not 45mph, they’re 20. I would assume based on that, it was a boulevard or state road through a city area. Let’s not paint the image that he was speeding through streets where there’s kids playing, etc.

  5. @titimium

    Anderson didn’t “fight the law and win” he got his charges dropped in both arrests because after they investigated they found out the police officer who made the arrest in both cases was lying and both officers account of the situation didn’t match the story of the other officers at the scene. Funny how PFT leaves that out of their articles on Robby Anderson.

  6. Goodell will bury “Article 46” because it is the Jets.

    Evem though a criminal paying off judges and lawyers with a pattern here, Goodell will look tne other way to protect his favorite team.

  7. Roger: WHAT??!! 105 in a 45…. I’ll hang this guy out to dry as an example to the rest of the league…. we got to protect the shield & of course the integrity of the league!!!!
    Troy Vincent: Hey man, he’s a Jets player, you know, a New Yorker!!!
    Roger……after further thought, I believe the player has learned his lesson, even though he’s showing a pattern of criminal actions…..
    FINE THE PATRIOTS 1 MILLION & STEAL ANOTHER FIRST ROUNDER FROM THEM….. MAKE THAT 2-1sts & a 4th!!!!
    The fans & owners of the other 31 teams will support & love me for it…
    AGAIN, ITS ALL ABOUT INTEGRITY!!!!

  8. tylawspick6 says:
    June 21, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    Goodell will bury “Article 46” because it is the Jets.

    Evem though a criminal paying off judges and lawyers with a pattern here, Goodell will look tne other way to protect his favorite team.
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    Sort of like how Goodell burned the tapes from the Patriots spygate scandal to protect his favorite team? Or, how he passed the “Brady” rule to help the obs out?

  9. robkeezy says:
    June 21, 2018 at 11:55 am

    Agreed, but for the sake of keeping things accurate, residential areas are not 45mph, they’re 20. I would assume based on that, it was a boulevard or state road through a city area. Let’s not paint the image that he was speeding through streets where there’s kids playing, etc.
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    I live on an Avenue in a major city and the speed limit on the road is 40, including the area where my condo is, across the street from a high school.

  10. I know someone who got 6 mos reporting probation, lost his license, lost his job, and had to get an alcohol eval for going 70 in a 55 zone in Fla -the only offense he ever had. Anderson must have one he.. of a lawyer.

  11. tylawspick6 says:
    June 21, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    Goodell will bury “Article 46” because it is the Jets.

    Funny that you would use the wird bury “bury” Pats fan **cough cough** Aaron Hernandez ** cough cough**. He will forever be your stain.

  12. willycents says:
    June 21, 2018 at 12:54 pm
    tylawspick6 says:
    June 21, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    Goodell will bury “Article 46” because it is the Jets.

    Evem though a criminal paying off judges and lawyers with a pattern here, Goodell will look tne other way to protect his favorite team.
    _________________________________________
    Sort of like how Goodell burned the tapes from the Patriots spygate scandal to protect his favorite team? Or, how he passed the “Brady” rule to help the obs out?

    10 12 Rate This

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    Man, you people are seriously dumb.

    He and ESPN showed some of the Walsh tapes on a live ESPN broadcast, which was exactly what was described by BB to Goodell, which were edited down scouting tapes. The tapes were destroyed to be able to hide the fact that what BB did was so minor, the NFL never cared or wanted to care where the road team’s video coordinator stood if the home team didn’t provide a proper location.
    The home is supposed to do that, but it’s clear that never happened regularly, because NFL employees standing right there on the sidelines, knew the tapes were never ejected from camccorders to aid during the game, as they were strictly future scouting material.

    If the media pushed the “why is only NE being punished?” card further than they did, people would want to see the opposing teams standing on NE’s sidelines filming them, which would have compromised the LIE by Goodell and ESPN to frame NE. THAT is why Goodell destroyed NE’s tapes. It completely contradicted how he wanted to frame, so no one would see the severity of the punishment just to NE as something out of the ordinary.

    That’s why they lied about Deflategate things, too like “Brady ‘destroyed’ his cell phone”…Umm, no he didn’t. He offered it up, and then bought a new one after the NFL started leaking stuff from emails, which obviously creeped him out. The word “destroy” was specifically chosen by Goodell’s wordsmithing henchmen to fool the pitchfork losers like yourself.

    Get it?

    Goodell eliminates contexts of these things to be able to frame.

    The fact is, BB was mocking Mangini from a 2007 incident in Foxborough where Mangini illegally used TWO cameras (only allowed 1), but Goodell did nothing after his own employees reported it after the game and shut the camera down as per the Pats’ request.

    Glad I could help, but I am sure you’ll keep embarrassing yourself.

  13. idothis2 says:
    June 21, 2018 at 1:50 pm
    tylawspick6 says:
    June 21, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    Goodell will bury “Article 46” because it is the Jets.

    Funny that you would use the wird bury “bury” Pats fan **cough cough** Aaron Hernandez ** cough cough**. He will forever be your stain.

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    See, this is another disingenuous statement. Is Rae Carrtuh Carolina’s stain? What about Jevon Belcher? Is he Cincy’s?

    Hmmmm. Seems to be a level of disingenuousness to your attempt at making a point. And, when another NFL player turns to the dark side and murders someone, I’ll make sure to point out how deranged people like you are then, too.

    Hernandez is not the first, nor the last and the Pats released Hernandez before he was even arrested.

    The Ravens put up status of double murderers and back wifebeaters (Ray Ray and Rice), for crying out loud.

  14. Hey TyLaw, I wouldn’t care in the least if you were to post that you are in favor of America, apple pie and motherhood. I’ll still vote “thumbs down” on ANYTHING you write.

  15. tylawspick6 says:
    June 21, 2018 at 3:34 pm

    See, this is another disingenuous statement.

    See, disingenuous would be acting like Robby Anderson of the Jets killed someone unlike Aaron Hernandez of the Patriots.

  16. As a big time Jets fan I don’t like this kid.

    He was really fun to root for early on, an underdog kid who showed promise and looked like he could be a starter in this league.

    Once he sniffed the slightest smell of fame, he became OBJ overnight.

    I know the Jets have not had much talent at the WR position and I know Anderson has the talent to be a starter but I wouldn’t blame management in the least if they tried to move him.

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