New York Jets Daily 1/20/18: Robby Anderson, Eric Allen
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The New York Jets have a ton of drama to deal with after Robby Anderson’s latest stunt. Plus, I sit down with Jets team reporter Eric Allen about a slew of storylines. 

The New York Jets have issues at the wide receiver position. That’s because their supposed number one wide receiver has a propensity for getting into trouble with law enforcement.

Robby Anderson has now been arrested twice in the last eight months. Here are the details from our earlier report via ESNY:

According to the original report from Andy Slater of Slater Scoops and later confirmed by Daniel Popper of the New York Daily News through the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, “Anderson is facing several serious charges including harm to a public servant/family, reckless driving, eluding police, and resisting arrest.”

But don’t think the Jets will be cutting their mercurial star anywhere in the near future. He’s the team’s best offensive player and a true success story/great find by this regime as an undrafted free agent pickup.

Here are the cold hard facts. More talented players get more leeway. If this would’ve been Chad Hansen or another lower level player on the team, they most likely would’ve been released as soon as the report came out.

The Jets front office has a lot of cleaning up to do to make sure this doesn’t affect the culture they’ve developed during the 2017 season.

New York Jets team reporter Eric Allen joined Boy Green on The Score 1260:

Here are the highlights:

  • Chad Pennington will not be coaching the Jets anytime soon, too busy being a wonderful father.
  • The favorite for the OC job appears to be quarterback coach Jeremy Bates.
  • Some insight on the Jets potential interest in Baker Mayfield out of Oklahoma.

Other Jets News, Stories:

  • Jets WR Robby Anderson arrested on nine charges in Florida (Daniel Popper of the New York Daily News)
  • Scouting report on Jets OC candidate Jeremy Bates (Rich Cimini of ESPN)
  • Full police report on Robby Anderson (Darryl Slater of
People call me Boy Green for my unwavering dedication to all things New York Jets. I work at The Score 1260 in Syracuse and I'm extremely passionate about sports. I aspire to continue my rise through the business and hopefully I'll end up working for the New York Jets in some capacity.