Warrant cancelled for Jets’ Anderson in Florida traffic case
Broward County court records show a judge cancelled the warrant Thursday, two days after it was issued. Details weren’t immediately available and his attorney, Ed O’Donnell, didn’t immediately return a call and email from The Associated Press.
The charge stems from a January incident in Sunrise, Florida, when Anderson was charged on nine counts. The original felony charge of fleeing and eluding police with lights and sirens active was reduced on April 7 to misdemeanor reckless driving.
Anderson set career highs with 63 catches, 941 yards receiving and seven touchdowns in 2017, his second NFL season.
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