New York Giants quarterback Kyle Lauletta pleaded guilty to a disorderly persons charge stemming from an October arrest in which the rookie was seen driving erratically, eluded police and failed to respond to the orders of an officer.

Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports that Lauletta had the lone criminal charge of eluding police dropped as part of a plea agreement. All charges, including two traffic offenses, will be dropped if he remains out of trouble over the next 12 months.

Lauletta pleaded guilty in Hudson County Superior Court in Jersey City to the disorderly persons offense of obstructing the administration of law at a motor vehicle stop, which included failure to follow the instructions of a police officer to pull over right away and failure to immediately exit his vehicle.

He also pleaded guilty in the court of Judge Paul Depascale to two traffic tickets: one for making an improper turn and another for failing to follow the instructions of a police officer.

The original Weehawken Police Department allegation that Lauletta’s reckless driving resulted in “almost striking (an) officer” was not pursued by the prosecution or included in any admission on Lauletta’s part.

Shortly after his arrest, a humbled Lauletta offered a public apology to the Giants organization and their fans. The Giants did not suspend Lauletta for the arrest, although their frustration was evident.

“He will not be suspended, but we have internal consequences,” head coach Pat Shurmur said at the time. “You know, I released a statement and I’m just disappointed in the way that went down.”

Lauletta appeared in two games this season, failing to complete any of his five passes and throwing one interception.