Report: Arrest warrant issued for Robby Anderson

An arrest warrant was issued for Jets receiver Robby Anderson after he or his attorney failed to appear in court, Andy Slater of slaterscoops.com reports.

Police in South Florida arrested Anderson in January after he ran two red lights while fleeing after they clocked him going 105 mph in a 45 mph speed zone. He originally faced a long list of charges, including harming a public servant and aggravated fleeing police.

Those crazy @AdrianPeterson workout videos aren’t just for show. The former MVP tells me he wants NFL teams to keep watching, his neck has been cleared by multiple doctors — and he’d definitely listen if the #Saints called after Mark Ingram’s suspension.

After signing with New Orleans last offseason, Peterson’s tenure in the Big Easy did not go as planned. He ran the ball just 27 times for 81 yards and did not find the end zone in four games. His ineffectiveness and the emergence of rookie Alvin Kamara led to a midseason trade to the Arizona Cardinals.

In six games in the desert, the former All-Pro back ran for 448 yards and two scores on 129 carries. His 3.5 yards per carry as a Cardinal was a slight upgrade from the 3.0 he registered as a Saint.

Etling began his college career at Purdue and transferred to LSU in 2015. He took over as the starter for the Tigers in 2016 and held the job through last season. He completed 325-of-544 passes for 2,463 yards, 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions over those two years.

Brian Hoyer is the only backup to Tom Brady on the roster at the moment and Brady has yet to take part in voluntary offseason work. If both things hold, Etling should see plenty of reps as he tries to convince the Pats he should stick around for a while.

Manning has had multiple opportunities within or around the NFL since he retired two years ago.

Owner and general manager Jerry Jones believes the Dallas Cowboys will see a different Ezekiel Elliott in 2018.

From training camp last summer to the halfway point of the 2017 regular season, Elliott had to deal with the legal battles associated with his six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. Once the suspension went into effect, he spent six weeks away from the team and its strength and conditioning and athletic training staffs.broncos_116_5923f58cf673f164-180x180

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