Former Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas gets probation after accident

Former Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas received three years of probation and no jail time under a pre-trial agreement reached Wednesday in Butte County Superior Court in California, attorney Michael Erpino told The Post.

Rosas pled no contest to reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and driving without a valid license as a result of a June accident when witnesses claimed he drove through a red traffic signal at 90-100 miles per hour and slammed into another vehicle in an intersection. A bloodied Rosas was later found walking about a mile from the scene, according to the police.

Rosas, 25, was ordered to pay fines and court fees, obey all laws and avoid alcohol if driving. He faced a maximum of 270 days in jail on those charges, but the judge imposed a “stayed” sentence of 30 days, according to Erpino. So, Rosas avoided jail time unless he violates probation.

The Giants cut Rosas just before training camp in July. He is a free agent who could attract interest based on the potential shown as a Pro Bowler (32 of 33 on field-goal attempts) in 2018, before an inconsistent 2019 season. The NFL still could impose a penalty under its personal conduct policy regardless of the legal resolution.

Rosas was arrested, charged with a DUI and placed on 30 months of probation before signing with the Giants in 2017.

Addressing Rosas’ most recent arrest last month, Giants co-owner John Mara said, “We knew he had an issue with a previous DUI before, but he seemed to be doing well. He had a Pro Bowl year a couple years ago and is just a good person. It was very disappointing to see that happen.”

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