By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
New York Giants fans had hoped to see Kyle Lauletta play — and possibly start — this week as head coach Pat Shurmur said he would let the media know what happens. However, that may not happen now.
The rookie quarterback was arrested on Tuesday morning, as he was traveling to the team practice. He was arrested in Weehawken, New Jersey.
He was allegedly attempting to make a right turn from the wrong lane to get on Route 495. The former Richmond Spider was directed to go straight instead of making the right turn.
When he did make the right turn, he allegedly nearly ran over an officer, who was directing traffic. He was then stopped by another officer near the end of the on-ramp.
NJ Advance Media is reporting that Lauletta also did the same thing on Monday morning. However, he did not stop and the authorities got his license plate.
For Monday’s incident, according to NJ Advance Media, said that he was issued two summonses in the mail.
“We are aware of the situation and are in contact with Kyle,” a Giants official said. “We are still gathering information.”
The rookie has not played in a game this season. He was even listed as inactive for the Giants game against the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The Giants do not play again until November 12th against the San Francisco 49ers. The team is presently on a bye week.
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