Former Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas has been suspended four games by the NFL for a personal conduct violation, stemming from three misdemeanors with which he was charged following a car accident this past summer in Chico, Calif., according to the NFL Network.
Rosas, who received three years probation and no jail time after he pleaded no contest to reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and driving without a valid license, was released by the Giants before training camp began. Rosas, 25, signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars and appeared in one game with the team in Week 4, but was moved to the practice squad and eventually released on Oct. 30.
Before signing with the Giants in 2017, Rosas had been arrested and charged with a DUI. Though Rosas was nearly perfect during his Pro Bowl 2018 season (32-of-33 field goals made), the California native made just 12-of-17 field goals and 35-of-39 extra points last season.
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