Aldrick Rosas was kicking field goals for the Jacksonville Jaguars at the beginning of October. Just a few weeks later, he's facing a suspension from the NFL.
The NFL has suspended Rosas four games for personal conduct violation, per NFL insider Ian Rapoport. The violation stems back to Rosas' three misdemeanor charges from a car accident which took place this past summer.
Rosas has been in the league for four years. He spent his first three seasons with the New York Giants. He then signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars for the 2020 season, but only appeared in one game before the organization waived him earlier this month.
In four years in the NFL, Rosas has converted on 82.5 percent of his field goal tries and 91.6 percent of his extra point attempts. He'll now serve a four-game suspension, handed down by the NFL.
Aldrick Rosas will now have to wait before he finds a spot on an NFL practice squad, which he most certainly will. Rosas is certainly talented enough to find a spot somewhere in the league.
But he'll have to wait a while before he kicks in another game this season. Rosas will have to serve a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.
Once he returns from said suspension, he'll likely get picked up by an NFL organization to join the team's practice squad.