The NFL has officially reported the suspension of Aldrick Rosas, New York Giants expat and Pro Bowl of the year 2018. The player will have to serve a 4-game suspension after the Jacksonville Jaguars cut his contract, a few weeks after the resolution of his judicial situation for his arrest in 2019. This will be eligible for Week 12 of the regular phase.
It was on June 15, 2018 that Aldrick Rosas he crashed his truck into another car at about 100 miles per hour on the California Highway Patrol. The then-Giants kicker, allegedly under the influence of alcohol, left the scene. Local police found the player’s truck about a mile from the scene of the incident.
While Roses escaped from the scene, the police soon found his whereabouts. After searching his home, the athlete was found on the street, barefoot and covered in blood. Authorities transferred the detainee to a medical facility, where he was treated for minor injuries, before being taken into custody at Butte County Jail.
Last September, the player of the NFL He managed to avoid a prison sentence, after 3 charges were against him. He was charged with reckless driving, hit and run, and driving without a license, according to information released by the New York Post. The now Free Agent must serve 3 years of probation after the accident.
After the Jacksonville Jaguars cut the player off the injury reserve list, the NFL has issued the sanction for violations of the league’s disciplinary code. Aldrick Rosas He has been suspended for 4 weeks, so he is not allowed to sign for any franchise until Week 12 of this regular season.