Anderson is no longer facing a felony charge for his May 2017 arrest, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

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. He was on track for a 1,000-yard campaign last year before starting quarterback Josh McCown suffered a broken hand Week 14, leaving the underwhelming Bryce Petty under center for the final three weeks of the season. The Jets will likely turn to McCown or No. 3 overall draft pick Sam Darnold as their starter in Week 1 during the upcoming campaign, but there should be a bit more competition for targets this time around, as wideouts Quincy Enunwa (neck) and offseason addition Terrelle Pryor (ankle) both seem to be on track for training camp. In addition, Jermaine Kearse and 2017 draft picks ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen should also be in the mix for reps at receiver.

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