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Jan 7, 2024 2 17 10 0 1
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Player Outlook
Ross has played just 10 games of football since 2019 and didn't look like himself in those 10 games. Still, he's worth a roster spot in deep Dynasty leagues at the very least for two reasons. One, he's earning praise for his offseason work with Patrick Mahomes. Two, he had a 1,000-yard, nine-touchdown season as an 18-year-old in the ACC. It's an extreme longshot that he'll regain that form, but even a sliver of hope of seeing that guy catching passes from Mahomes is worthy of a roster spot. We'll wait for him to move up the depth chart in training camp before we're using a pick in the first 16 rounds of a redraft league on him.

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Fantasy News

  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Will play Sunday

    Ross (hamstring) is active for Sunday's divisional-round matchup against Buffalo. Ross was unable to play in the Chiefs' wild-card win over the Dolphins due to the injury, but he was able to log limited practices leading up to the divisional-round matchup with the Bills. The Clemson product will be one of the many options at receiver suiting up for Kansas City on Sunday.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Questionable to face Buffalo

    Ross (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday night's game against the Bills, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Ross got in a round of limited practices this week, an upgrade after he went DNP-LP-LP last week before being ruled out versus Miami. Ross was hurt in the Week 18 finale against the Chargers. If active, he's unlikely to have much of an offensive role versus Buffalo.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Limited practice Wednesday

    Ross (hamstring) was a limited participant at the Chiefs' practice Wednesday. Ross suffered a hamstring injury in Week 18 and he was forced to miss the team's wild-card win over the Dolphins. He'll look to increase his workload throughout the week in order to be ready for Sunday's matchup with the Bills in the divisional round.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Questionable for Saturday

    Ross (hamstring) is listed as questionable ahead of Saturday's game against the Dolphins. Ross could be trending in the right direction to suit up Saturday, as he began the Chiefs' week of practice with a DNP but followed that up with two consecutive limited sessions. If the 24-year-old is able to play in Kansas City's wild-card outing, he'd likely serve as a reserve option at wide receiver in addition to his usual special-teams duties.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Returns to practice Wednesday

    Ross (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday. After missing practice Tuesday, Ross took a step toward possibly playing in Saturday's wild-card game against the Dolphins by managing a limited session Wednesday. He'll still likely need to practice in full Thursday to avoid taking an injury designation into game day.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Not practicing Tuesday

    Ross (hamstring) will not participate at practice Tuesday, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Ross was forced out of Sunday's win against the Chargers early with a hamstring injury, and he's now missing Kansas City's first practice of the new week. If he can't return to practice Wednesday or Thursday, he'll likely end up inactive for the wild-card round.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Exits game with hamstring injury

    Ross (hamstring) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Chargers, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Ross sustained the hamstring injury late in the third quarter. He had two catches on four targets for 17 yards before leaving Sunday's game.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Sleeper WRs

    Rashee Rice isn't playing this week, and the Chiefs are sitting Patrick Mahomes to rest for the playoffs. Blaine Gabbert will start at quarterback for Kansas City, and he acknowledged Ross as one of the receivers he's looking forward to playing with, saying Ross "is doing a great job." We'll see what that means in terms of targets and how Ross does compared to other guys like Justin Watson, Mecole Hardman and Richie James, but Ross has the most upside of this group. The Chargers are No. 5 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers, and Ross is worth using as a No. 3 Fantasy option in deeper leagues.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Back from exempt list

    Ross had his roster exemption lifted by the Chiefs on Monday, Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com reports. Ross will return to the active roster, replacing Skyy Moore (knee) as the team's sixth wide receiver after Moore was placed on injured reserve Monday. Ross last appeared in a game in Week 7 versus the Chargers and has reeled in three passes for 34 yards over seven contests in 2023.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Out for Week 15

    Ross (undisclosed) is out for Sunday's game against the Patriots. The wide receiver's six-game suspension following an arrest on charges of domestic battery and criminal property was lifted by the NFL on Monday. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said a day later that the team would have to see where Ross is at "physically" and that it would be hard for him to jump back in after having been "gone that long," per Grant Flanders of Fox 4 in Kansas City. Ross has three catches for 34 yards and no touchdowns in seven games this season.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Suspension lifted

    Ross had his six-game suspension lifted by the NFL on Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Ross was suspended six games and placed on the commissioner's exemption list Oct. 27 after being arrested on charges of domestic battery and criminal property. Now that he's served his suspension, he's eligible to return for Week 15 against the Patriots. Prior to his suspension, Ross split his time between offense and special teams and registered three catches on six targets for 34 yards.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Eligible to return Week 15

    Ross received a six-game suspension Friday for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, but he'll be eligible to return to the Chiefs' facility Monday and could be available to play Week 15 versus the Patriots, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Chiefs placed Ross on the commissioner's exempt list Oct. 27, four days after he was arrested in Shawnee, Kan. on charges of domestic battery and criminal property damage regarding an alleged incident that occurred between him and his then-girlfriend. Though the NFL didn't make a formal ruling on a suspension for the second-year receiver until Friday, he'll be credited for serving the first five games of the six-game ban while he was on the exempt list. Ross will serve the sixth and final game of the suspension Sunday against the Bills before he resumes team activities Week 15. Ross held a minimal role for the Chiefs through the team's first seven games of the season, playing double-digit snaps on offense in just five of those contests while logging a 3-34-0 receiving line on six targets.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Facing two charges

    Ross, who was arrested Monday in Shawnee, Kan., has been charged with domestic battery and criminal property damage, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. The 23-year-old wide receiver pleaded not guilty to both misdemeanor charges during his arraignment hearing Tuesday. The Chiefs have noted that they are aware of Ross' arrest, but the team hasn't indicated whether his arrest will affect his availability to practice or play moving forward. Ross is due back in court Dec. 4. The second-year player out of Clemson has suited up for all seven of the Chiefs' games thus far, tallying three catches for 34 yards on six targets while playing single-digit snaps on offense in five of those contests.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Two grabs in win

    Ross caught two of his four targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Vikings. Ross played just six of the Chiefs' 66 offensive snaps, operating as Kansas City's No. 6 wide receiver in the contest. In his limited usage, the second-year wideout was able reel in two catches, his first since Week 1. Despite garnering buzz during training camp, Ross has not been used nearly enough to have an impact in the Chiefs' offensive attack as a part of a crowded group of pass catchers. The 23-year-old will be extremely difficult to trust for fantasy purposes barring injuries to the receiving corps in Kansas City. Ross will look to get more involved when the Chiefs host the Broncos in Week 6.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Secures roster spot

    Ross has made Kansas City's initial 53-man roster, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Ross' roster spot is intact as the initial 53-man roster deadline approaches. Though the defending champs will certainly make a number of further transactions, it looks like the former Clemson star has earned a role in Kansas City's wideout room to begin the regular season. Ross lost his rookie year to a foot injury, but enters his second season fully healthy and ready to compete for snaps with Kadarius Toney (knee), Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Skyy Moore and Rashee Rice.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Already back at practice

    Ross (leg) returned to practice Wednesday, Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com reports. Ross left practice Tuesday with a leg injury, but he's already back on the field in full pads. The second-year wideout seems to have avoided an injury scare, though it's possible the Chiefs could still hold out of Saturday's preseason game against the Cardinals as a matter of cautious. After spending his entire first professional season in 2022 recovering from a foot injury, Ross is competing to earn a roster spot and a role in Kansas City's wideout room.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Injury may not be serious

    Ross (leg) departed Tuesday's practice early but is believed to have avoided a serious injury, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Ross may not have to miss much time due to a leg issue that required him to leave Tuesday's session on a cart, but it could well impact his status for Saturday's preseason game against Arizona. Every rep is key for Ross, who is competing to make the regular-season roster after having lost his rookie campaign due to a foot injury. His chances of earning a role in Kansas City's receiving corps will be aided the earlier he's able to get back on the field.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Departs with injury

    Ross (undisclosed) left Tuesday's practice early on a cart, Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com reports. Ross has logged a strong training camp as he pushes for a roster spot, but even a minor issue could derail his momentum. The former Clemson star missed his rookie season due to a foot injury, but there are opportunities available in Kansas City's wide receiver corps heading into the 2023 regular season, if Ross can stay healthy enough to claim them.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Pushes for roster spot

    Ross, who has had a strong training camp, continues to push for a roster spot as the Chiefs' preseason opener approaches, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. The report notes that Ross, who has moved past a foot injury that kept him on injured reserve all of last season, has seen some first-team reps during training camp and has looked good in doing so. At this point, Kadarius Toney (who has been sidelined of late with a knee issue), Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Skyy Moore and rookie Rashee Rice profile as the Chiefs' top WR options, but if Ross continues to excel as the summer progresses, the 6-foot-4, 210-pounder could secure a depth role in the team's passing offense to start the coming season.
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  • Chiefs' Justyn Ross: Gets first-team reps in practice

    Ross saw first-team reps during the Chiefs' first full-team practice Sunday, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Ross, who missed last season due to a foot injury, is among numerous candidates vying anywhere from a roster spot to potential offensive reps. While Ross' start to camp is slightly encouraging, there will likely be a battle throughout camp among the team's wide receivers for regular roles on offense. Also in the mix on that front are Kadarius Toney (knee), Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Skyy Moore, Rashee Rice, Richie James and Justin Watson.
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