Ross (shoulder) didn't practice Wednesday.

That said, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis indicated that the rookie wideout is slated to play Sunday against the Bears after being made a healthy inactive the past three games. The No. 9 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft brings blazing speed to the table and has serious potential to emerge as a dangerous weapon in the Bengals' wideout corps down the road, but Ross' opportunity to make a fantasy mark this season is limited. If he does play this weekend, a wait-and see approach is in order, though if Ross shows something in the process, the 23-year-old could earn a longer look in the team's final three regular-season contests.

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