The Giants are likely to face the 49ers’ substitute Nick Mullens in Sunday’s MetLife Stadium game.
In the 31-13 victory over the Jets in Week 2, beginner Jimmy Garoppolo sprained an ankle and fell. Mullens succeeded him, completing 8 of 11 passes for 71 yards and was intercepted once.
When asked who the Giants will meet this weekend, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said: “It’s most likely Nick Mullens.” “I mean, if Jimmy is ready, I will be surprised. I know he is still working hard.” Keep hope. We will see there at the end of the week, but now we have to look like Nick is playing.
Mullens, 25, played against the Giants in “Monday Night Football”
Attorney Michael Erpino told The Post that former Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas reached a preliminary hearing in Butte County Superior Court in California on Wednesday. In the agreement, he received a three-year probation and was not jailed.
Rosas is not opposed to reckless driving, has no accidents, and does not have a legal driving license due to an accident in June. Witnesses said that he drove past a red traffic light at a speed of 90-100 mph and hit another car at the intersection. Police said Rosas, who was later found bleeding, was about a mile from the scene.
Rosas, 25, was sentenced to pay fines and court fees, abide by all laws, and avoid drinking alcohol while driving. According to Erpino, he faces up to 270 days in prison for these charges, but the judge sentenced him to a 30-day stay of sentence. Therefore, Rosas will avoid jail unless he violates probation.
The Giants cut off Rosas before the training camp in July. He is a free agent who can show interest based on the potential of a professional bowler in 2018 (32th in field goal percentage), and then become unstable in the 2019 season. Regardless of the legal decision, the NFL may still impose fines based on its personal behavior policy.
Rosas was arrested, sentenced to driving under the influence and sentenced to a 30-month probation before signing with the Giants in 2017.
After 49 people complained, representatives of the National Football League (NFL) and the players’ union inspected the MetLife Stadium on Wednesday.
Shanahan said: “I think about myself.” “We will see what they tell us. For me, it’s really “invisible, forgotten”.
The 49ers lost the defense engineers Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas and tore the ACL on the MetLife Stadium on Sunday. They also lost the running ability of Raheem Mostert and Garoppolo due to knee injuries. Some of the 49 people called the field spongy, while the defensive lineman Arik Armstead called it “junk” on Twitter.
Obviously, the Giants coach Joe Judge had a thorough discussion on the lawn issue at his home court. When asked what the league said about his match on MetLife, the judge said: “I don’t have any conversations with the National Football League on the court. I let them take care of it. We are good about it.
There are only two players in the Giants injury report this week: LB Carter Kovlin (hamstring) and DB Adrian Colbert (quad). Coughlin is a full participant in practice. Colbert is limited. …For the 49ers, it’s a mess. In addition to Garoppolo, RB Tevin Coleman (knee), DE Dee Ford (guard) and Mostert (knee) also did not practice. TE George Kittle (knee) was restricted and C Javon Patterson was signed to the practice team. He was the 2019 seventh-round draft pick for the Mississippi State Colts and spent the entire season on the injury reserve team last season.
—With Ryan Dunleavy (Ryan Dunleavy)