By: Andy Slater
(Update: 6/7 - Police say Anderson told a cop "I am not listening to you. I am on top," according to newly-obtained documents. Anderson's trial is scheduled for September 11. There are four witnesses who may testify against him, all of them are police officers.)
A New York Jets wide receiver caught a handful of trouble while trying to enjoy a popular music festival in Miami on Sunday.
According to sources, Robby Anderson, 23, is being charged with a felony count of resisting arrest with violence and also obstruction of justice.
Police say Anderson was fighting with security after he was told to leave. He then pushed a police officer and continued to fight, the arrest report says. It's believed that Anderson was on or backstage at some point.
Anderson had 42 catches, 587 yards, and 2 touchdowns in his first NFL season for the Jets last year. He caught a 40-yard TD pass against the Miami Dolphins late last season.
Anderson went to South Plantation High School in Florida and played college football at Temple.
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(Photo: AP, Miami-Dade Corrections)