Anderson was charged with felony resisting arrest with violence after being arrested in Miami on May 7, 2017.
Anderson's problems with the law aren't completely over just yet, though.
Arrested twice within the past 13 months, Anderson has now seen felony charges dropped for both cases, but he's still on the hook for a few misdemeanors, which eventually could warrant a suspension from the NFL. But with that charge dropped, Anderson now faces no charges in connection with the incident.
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Wednesday's dog attack is still under investigation and no charges for that incident have been filed. She was able to shut the door before they got into her trailer, which is next door to Crafts'.
Hopefully, Anderson will get the right veterans and leadership around him to keep him focused on the task at hand and continue where he left off from last season.
Anderson last season was the Jets' top receiver - 63 catches, 941 yards, and seven touchdowns. If he does stay on the roster, he'll be part of a promising receiving corps which also features Jermaine Kearse, Terrelle Pryor, and Quincy Enunwa, who's set to return after missing all of previous year with a neck injury.
Even though Anderson now faces only that relatively minor legal charge, he could still be suspended by the NFL.