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Aldrick Rosas's transition into the NFL was certainly difficult. A product of Southern Oregon, Aldrick came down with a torn ACL in the 2014 NAIA Championship Game. He missed the entire 2015 season and went undrafted in the 2016 NFL Draft, where he was later signed by the Tennessee Titans.
In January 2017, Aldrick was signed by the Giants. Aldrick ultimately won the starting job for the 2017-18 season after surpassing expectations in training camp. However, Aldrick struggled greatly in his rookie season, converting on only 72% of his field goals and making just 87% of his extra point attempts.
To say Aldrick was outstanding in his second season in the NFL would be an understatement. Aldirck drilled 32-of-33 field goal attempts, including a franchise record 57-yard field goal, and 31-of-32 PATs. Aldirck was a Pro Bowl selection and was unsurprisingly resigned by the Giants in the offseason.
Aldrick joined the RSR team in the 2019 offseason and figures to have continued success with the Giants in his third NFL season.