Hennessy reported no indications of drug or alcohol influence.

On Saturday, Anderson’s attorney, Ed O’Donnell, speaking to the New York Post, claimed Anderson believed he “could have wound up dead” from his confrontation with police, adding, “He’s not accusing anybody of anything … but what happens to young black men when they’re stopped for a traffic offense? Because that’s what it was. The other stuff was after the fact.” O’Donnell, who bailed Anderson out of jail, said he spoke to Anderson on Saturday. He stated, “I said, ‘I’m glad you’re OK,’ and he said, ‘I know. I could have wound up dead.’”

O’Donnell claimed, “The charges are totally out of character for Robby. He’s just a fine young man who I hold in high regard. I don’t know what he said [to police]. I know what’s been printed. I’ve been doing this for 47 years and what’s stated in a police report is often at odds with true facts. It started as a traffic offense and escalated, OK?”

This is not Anderson’s first brush with the law; in May 2017, he was charged with resisting arrest with violence and obstruction of a police officer.

For the incident on Friday, Anderson has been charged with resisting an officer/obstruction without violence; felony harm to a public servant or family; felony fleeing/eluding while lights/siren active; reckless driving; failure to drive in a single lane; two counts of disobeying/avoiding a red light; speeding; and turning without a signal.

After an incredibly stupid series of actions, Anderson's attorney was sure to pull the race card. Sure, he was driving 60 mph over the speed limit and was a total jerk to the officer, but blame it on being black. How about this, pull over when the officer puts his lights on. Or even better, drive the speed limit.

NFL players are on a mission that is anti-cop and anti-American.

Many took to Twitter to express their disgust in Anderson.