Anderson's attorney, Ed O'Donnell, told the New York Daily News that he received "no notice" of the Tuesday court date in Florida.
Anderson is facing a single misdemeanor count of reckless driving from a January 19 incident that initially resulted in nine charges, including two felonies - fleeing and eluding police with lights and sirens active, which was reduced to the misdemeanor charge of reckless driving, and threatening a public servant or family member.
"I received no notice", O'Donnell said.
The case stemmed from a January 19 arrest in which Anderson initially faced felony charges after allegedly driving 105 miles per hour in a 45-mph zone, running two red lights and later telling the arresting officer he would find the officer's wife and "f-k her". The felony charges were dropped in previous court proceedings.
After a felony charge of threatening harm to a public servant was dropped last month, Anderson's case was moved to county court and issued a new case number, which prompted the confusion.
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Anderson is facing five charges for various traffic violations from reckless driving, two citations for failure to stop at a red light, failure to drive in a single lane and non-use or improper use of a turn signal.
Anderson also faces felony charges from a May 2017 arrest.
The New York Post's Brian Costello reported Wednesday that a warrant had been issued for Anderson. A player may get suspended or fined by the league after its investigation is complete.
Through 2 seasons with the Jets, Anderson has 105 catches, 1,528 yards and 9 receiving scores. O'Donnell told Costello the situation would be resolved and that Anderson "did not do one thing wrong".