New York Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas arrested in hit and run
New York Giants starting kicker Aldrick Rosas was arrested on Monday after leaving the scene of an accident where he T-boned a car. According to TMZ Sports, Cops believe alcohol was involved.
The 25 year old made the Pro Bowl in 2018, but was reportedly 100 MPH driving erratically in Chico, California when he failed to stop at a red light.
Cops say he plowed straight into the side of a pickup at the intersection … but kept on driving, despite disabling the vehicle he struck.
Cops say Rosas’ black Chevrolet SUV broke down shortly after the crash … but claim witnesses saw the NFL player exit the ride and run.
Law enforcement officials tell us when officers arrived on scene … they launched an investigation — and say they eventually found Rosas walking near the crash site.
According to cops, Rosas’ hands, legs and bare feet were covered in blood when they stopped him for questioning.
Cops say after Rosas admitted to being the registered owner of the SUV … they took him to a nearby medical center for evaluation before eventually booking him at the Butte County Jail.
Aldrick Rosas is a strongly built 6-foot-3 and 221 pounds. Rosas, after a sensational 2018 season as the place-kicker, was not as effective in 2019 and was brought back on the one-year restricted free agent tender of $3.2 million.
This is the second incident for the Giants this year. First it was DeAndre Baker and now their starting kicker. What else can go wrong?