For the second time in roughly one month, a New York Giants player is allegedly in trouble with the law.
Last month it was New York Giants cornerback and 2019 first-round selection Deandre Baker who, along with Seattle Seahawks defensive back Quinton Dunbar, was arrested on multiple charges related to an alleged robbery.
Well one month after that cornerback’s smash and grab, the Giants placekicker was accused of a similar crime—when it was reported yesterday that placekicker Aldrick Rosas was arrested for a hit and run.
Rosas reportedly left the scene after he t-boned a pickup truck at a California intersection at around 8:30 a.m. local time and then leaving the scene.
The report adds that Rosas was driving erratically and potentially at speeds over 100 MPH, and that he ran a red light to cause the accident. The 25-year-old suffered multiple non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to a local medical facility. He was later booked on multiple charges, including hit-and-run and driving while on a suspended license.
It's suspected alcohol may have been involved.
Rosas has kicked for the Giants since 2017 when he made his NFL regular-season debut. He converted 12-of-17 field goals last year.
If these charges stick—he may need a Hail Mary to stay on the team.
Source: TMZ Sports