Jets WR Robby Anderson now has both of his legal issues behind him.
Anderson received six months of "non-reporting probation" stemming from his arrest on reckless driving charges from January, reports Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network. The expectation, according to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano, had been that the issue would be resolved before training camp in July.
While he won't face any more legal ramifications, the incident is still under review by the NFL under their Personal Conduct Policy.
Anderson said recently that he didn't think the NFL would suspend him.
The 24-year-old Anderson had been pulled over in January for going 105 mph in a 45-mph zone, and after an altercation with the officers where he made vulgar remarks about one officer's wife, he was arrested and booked on nine different charges. He had since gotten the felony charges dropped except the reckless driving citation.
Earlier this offseason, Anderson's felony resisting arrest with violence charge stemming from an incident at an event in Miami in May, 2017 was dropped. During the incident, Anderson allegedly fought with arresting officers.
"I think he is remorseful, he is trying to get himself in a better place, and I believe him," Jets owner Christopher Johnson said earlier this offseason.
"I'm really hopeful that Robby will put this kind of thing behind him and that he will be the kind of person -- forget about his playing, he's an incredible football player -- but that he'll be the kind of person all around that will make people proud to wear the No. 11 jersey," Johnson added.
Anderson led the Jets with 941 yards and seven touchdowns on 63 receptions last season.