College: Temple | 2 years
Height: 6'3" | Weight: 190 lbs
Birth Date: 5/9/1993
2018 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
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New York Jets WR Robby Anderson will report for training camp with the veterans Thursday, July 26, even though he could still be disciplined by the NFL for his off-field issues.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson will report to training camp on Thursday despite the fact that he's still facing the possibility of a league suspension. His case is still being reviewed by the league under the personal-conduct policy, according to a league spokesman. Anderson pleaded no contest to misdemeanor reckless driving last month and all other charges from his arrest were dropped. Anderson had a breakout year in 2017 as the team's top receiver, but he's riskier this year as a WR3/4 because of a possible suspension and the fact that Quincy Enunwa is back healthy and Terrelle Pryor is in the fold now.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson is set to 'explode' and become a 'more complete player' in 2018, according to wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell.
New York Jets wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell thinks wide receiver Robby Anderson will be even better in 2018. He had 942 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in the absence of Quincy Enunwa last year as the team's top receiver and established himself as a deep threat in the league. Anderson is sixth in the NFL in receptions 20-plus yards down the field with 27 since he entered the league. "He'll be better at that now that he knows the scope of it. I think Robby is really going to explode and become a more complete player because of it," Dorrell said. Despite the talent, it'll be hard to match those numbers with Enunwa back and Terrelle Pryor also in the fold. Anderson could also be facing a short suspension from the league from his multiple run-ins with the law. If everything goes right, though, Anderson has WR2 upside.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson brings 'a unique dimension to the offense,' according to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, and Cimini believes Anderson could develop into a 'true No. 1 receiver' this year.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson pleaded no contest Thursday, June 21, to a reckless driving charge from an arrest in January. He was sentenced to six months of non-reporting probation.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson plead no contest to charges of reckless driving in court on Wednesday, according to his attorney, Ed O'Donnell. Anderson received six months of non-reporting probation, and all the charges stemming from his two arrests have now been addressed. However, the NFL is still reviewing everything and Anderson could get hit with a suspension to begin the year. Anderson broke out in 2017 with 63 catches for 941 yards and seven touchdowns, but that was without Quincy Enunwa in the picture. The Jets also added Terrelle Pryor to the mix, so there's no guarantee Anderson can improve on his 2017 numbers this year.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson said he has learned from his two arrests in less than a year and has grown and matured as a person. He's also distanced himself from the people and places that influenced his off-field issues. Anderson was arrested last May for resisting arrest but had the charges dropped last month. He was arrested a second time and still faces a misdemeanor charge for driving 105 mph in a 45-mph zone. Anderson led the team in receiving yards (941), touchdowns (seven) and targets (114) last year, but he could face a suspension from the league to begin the year. That would obviously hurt his fantasy value some. Another thing that could hurt his production in 2018 is the fact that Quincy Enunwa is back and healthy. Don't overspend for Anderson.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson said he does not expect to be suspended by the NFL for his off-field issues. He is still facing a misdemeanor reckless driving charge in one case, but the charges in the other case have been dropped.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson will have a felony charge for resisting arrest with violence dismissed on Thursday, May 17, according to Anderson's attorney. This was the last of four felony charges remaining, and Anderson now faces only a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving from that arrest.
Prosecutors have dropped New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson's charges for felony resisting arrest from last year, according to his attorney, Ed O'Donnell. However, Anderson is still facing a misdemeanor reckless driving charge and seems likely to be hit with a suspension to begin the year. Anderson had 63 catches for 941 yards and seven touchdowns in 2017 and emerged as the team's best receiver. However, his value may take a hit with a possible suspension and the return of a healthy Quincy Enunwa. The Jets also added Terrelle Pryor and have questions at quarterback.
New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson's attorney, Ed O'Donnell, said the warrant issued for his client has been lifted. There was a clerical error by the court and Anderson wasn't notified of his court date, hence his absence Wednesday. His next court date will be on July 19. Anderson isn't facing any felony charges from his January arrest, but is facing misdemeanor reckless driving charges. There's a chance he'll be suspended by the NFL to begin the year. The soon-to-be 25-year-old was New York's most productive receiver last year with 63 catches for 941 yards and seven touchdowns. He should be the top wideout again in 2018, but Terrelle Pryor's presence may spread out the looks. Anderson has upside as a WR2, but New York's uncertain quarterback situation is another thing working against Anderson.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson failed to appear at an arraignment on a previous reckless-driving charge Wednesday, May 2, and a warrant for his arrest was subsequently issued.
Felony charges against New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson in connection with his January arrest have been dropped. He allegedly threatened to sexually assault the arresting officer's wife, but he still faces misdemeanor charges of reckless driving and faces a felony charge from a separate arrest. Anderson initially faced nine charges, including fleeing and eluding police with lights and sirens active, threatening a public servant or family member and speeding. It's good news for Anderson, but the fact that he continues to have off-field incidents is concerning for the organization. In his second season in the NFL, the 24-year-old had 63 catches for 941 yards and seven touchdowns, breaking out for fantasy owners. He should be a fine low-end WR2 for fantasy owners again this year, but the uncertainty surrounding the quarterback situation in New York doesn't help his cause.
New York Jets wider receiver Robby Anderson is still dealing with legal troubles and ESPN NFL Nation's Rich Cimini reports Anderson's trial hearing has been postponed again. His new hearing is set for August 6, when the Jets will be in training camp. Anderson was charged with resisting arrest at a music festival in Miami last May. He also faces a separate felony charge stemming from January after allegedly fleeing from the police and threatening to sexually assault another officer's wife.
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson's trial hearing for felony resisting arrest has been moved from Monday, March 26, to Aug. 6.