Robby Anderson won’t be prosecuted on the felony charge of resisting arrest with violence stemming from his 2017 arrest, his lawyer told NFL Network.
The Jets receiver was charged with the felony in May after he was accused of pushing a police officer at a concert after he was asked to leave. He was told to sit on the ground, but continued to fight and be combative with security.
Anderson also was charged with one count of obstruction of justice from the incident.
In the 2016 postseason, he gave out personalized shields — the size medieval soldiers would feasibly use in battle — and more headphones.
In 2018, it was the suits. What will be next? “I don’t have many postseasons left, man,” James told ESPN with a laugh.
And the Cavs don’t have too many road games left in these playoffs — a maximum of six, should they make it to Game 7 of the NBA Finals — to wear the suits.
“It’s easy to pack for the trips now,” Calderon said. “You don’t have to think too much.”
Hall sat out most of last season after suffering a torn ACL in 2016 and became a free agent this spring following 10 seasons with the Redskins. Derailed by injuries, Hall hasn’t played all 16 games in a season since 2013.
ESPN noted that Hall is weighing broadcasting and front-office jobs now that he’s done with football.
Hall, 34, was selected by the Falcons with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft and spent his first four seasons in Atlanta. After a brief stint in Oakland, he joined the Redskins in 2008.
A three-time Pro Bowl player, Hall had been tops among active NFL players with 43 career interceptions. He returned five interceptions for TDs, and he had five fumble-return TDs as well. He also tied the NFL’s single-game mark with four interceptions in a 2010 game against the Bears.
Cleveland in the playoffs has scored 1.31 points per possession on any trip featuring a Love screen for Hill, a number that would have led all duos in the regular season, per Second Spectrum. Love has set just 23 such screens in this series — not enough.