Gurley was recovering from an ACL injury in his left knee, but he will be able to participate in training camp practices. He was the 10th overall pick in the 2015 draft.
Gurley is still recovering from an ACL injury in his left knee, which ended his college career early. He has said he will be ready for training camp, but this move gives St. Louis extra time in order to get Gurley ready.
Gurley tore the ACL in his left knee during his final season at Georgia.
"I'm coming up on seven months and a couple weeks," Gurley said, per ESPN.com. "I'm just going to keep progressing. I'll be here in July. I hope so for training camp, I hope I at least get to go do some individual stuff. So that's the next goal right there."
Gurley was present during the team's OTA's, increasing his workload each day. By the end, Gurley was able to play with the rookies following a practice, and he's feeling positive.
"Things have been going pretty good," Gurley said. "I'm just doing whatever they tell me to do and just picking up on our offense more and more. That was my first time doing that little walk-through after. I usually do walk-through reps at the beginning of practice, too."
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Ross was with the Ravens last season, but spent the entire year on injured reserve because of a torn Achilles. The 32-year-old won two Super Bowl rings with the Giants.
For his career, Ross has 250 tackles, 41 passes defended and 11 interceptions.