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2021 11 224 20.36 1 16 16.00 292.9
2020 2 17 8.50 0.00 10.3
3y Avg. 14 249 17.79 1 7 7.00 304.3
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  • Chiefs' John Ross: Singed to reserve deal by KC

    The Chiefs signed Ross to a reserve/future contract Monday, Charles Goldman of USA Today reports. Ross landed this deal with Kansas City shortly after coming in for a tryout with the team Monday, according to Field Yates of ESPN. The 2017 first-round pick did not appear in a game during the 2022 regular season, as he went unsigned for the duration of this campaign. While the Chiefs are set to play during the divisional round of the playoffs, this deal for Ross will not go into effect until the team's roster size increases beyond the 53-man limit this offseason. Ross last appeared in 10 games for the Giants in 2021, recording 11 receptions (on 20 targets) for 224 yards and a touchdown, and the speedster should compete for a role as a vertical threat heading into the 2023 campaign.
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  • John Ross: Tries out for Cardinals

    The Cardinals worked out Ross on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Ross missed the final four games in 2021 with a knee injury, but his Tuesday workout for Arizona suggests he's moved past the issue. With Marquise Brown set to miss an extended period of time with a foot injury, the Cardinals could look to sign Ross for added speed in addition to the newly acquired Robbie Anderson.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Nabs 11 receptions

    Ross (knee) caught 11 passes on 20 targets for 224 yards and a touchdown in 2021. Ross hasn't been able to stay healthy since he was drafted ninth overall in 2017, but his 4.22 speed should keep him in the league awhile longer, whether in New York or elsewhere.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Won't play Sunday

    Ross (knee) has been ruled out Sunday against Washington, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ross hasn't played since Week 14 and didn't practice in either of the Giants' first two practices of Week 18, so it's not a surprise to see him ruled out for the final week of the regular season. He'll end his 2021 campaign with 11 catches (20 targets) for 224 yards and one touchdown across 10 appearances.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Absent for another practice

    Ross (knee) wasn't on the field for Thursday's practice, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Ross hasn't played since Week 14, and given that he hasn't participated in either of the Giants' first two practices of Week 18, he'll most likely remain sidelined for a fourth straight game Sunday against Washington. Kadarius Toney (shoulder) also appears unlikely to play after missing another practice Thursday, likely leaving Kenny Golladay, Darius Slayton (shoulder), David Sills and Pharoh Cooper as the Giants' available options at receiver for the season finale.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Estimated as non-participant

    Ross (knee) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Ross has missed the last three games due to a combination of a positive COVID-19 test result and a knee injury. He's still nursing the knee issue ahead of Week 18, and he'll likely need to practice in some form Thursday or Friday if he hopes to play Sunday against Washington.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Won't play

    Ross (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Chicago, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Darius Slayton is on the reserve/COVID-19 list while Kadarius Toney (shoulder) and Collin Johnson (hamstring) have been ruled out. That leaves the Giants with Kenny Golladay and practice-squad players as their wideout group for Week 17, with the former including Pharoh Cooper and David Sills. Given the lack of depth, Ross could get playing time if he makes it back for Week 18 against Washington.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Listed as limited Wednesday

    Ross (knee) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ross was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list, but he's still dealing with a knee injury while also working to regain conditioning. In order to avoid an injury designation heading into Sunday's game in Chicago, he'll likely need to be a full participant in practice Thursday or Friday.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Gets activated

    Ross (illness) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ross will return to practice Wednesday and seems to have a good chance to suit up in Sunday's matchup against the Bears following a two-game absence. He secured just three of four targets for 35 yards while rushing once for 16 yards in his four appearances prior to testing positive for COVID-19, but he could see a slightly increased role over the final two games of the season after Sterling Shepard (Achilles) was placed on injured reserve last week.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Returns to team facility

    Giants head coach Joe Judge said Wednesday that Ross (illness) has been cleared to return to the team facility, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Ross has missed the Giants' last two games since he tested positive for COVID-19, but he appears to be trending toward a Week 17 return. The Giants will likely activate him from the reserve/COVID-19 list this week in hopes that he'll be able to practice ahead of Sunday's game against Chicago.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Not activated Sunday

    Ross (illness) wasn't activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list in advance of Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Ross tested positive for the virus Wednesday, and even after the NFL and NFLPA agreed to changes to the COVID-19 return-to-play protocol a few days later, the wideout apparently hasn't progressed enough in his recovery from the illness to suit up Sunday. With Kadarius Toney (oblique/quadriceps) also on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the Giants will turn to Pharoh Cooper, Collin Johnson and Alex Bachman to provide depth behind starting receivers Sterling Shepard, Kenny Golladay and Darius Slayton in Week 15.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Tests positive for coronavirus

    Head coach Joe Judge said Wednesday that Ross tested positive for COVID-19, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ross will be placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list later Wednesday and will need to be asymptomatic for 48 hours and return two consecutive negative tests before he's eligible to return to the Giants' team facility. As such, the speedy wideout's status for Sunday's game against the Cowboys is in serious doubt.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Just one target in Week 13 loss

    Ross (illness/quadriceps) failed to corral his lone target in Sunday's 20-9 loss to the Dolphins. Ross was listed as questionable heading into the contest, but he proceeded to suit up and played 31 percent of the Giants' offensive snaps, his largest share since Week 7. The increased role didn't translate to much meaningful volume in the passing game, however, and Ross' outlook is unlikely to improve if fellow wideouts Kadarius Toney (oblique/quadriceps) and Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) are able to return from multi-game absences this weekend against the Chargers.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Cleared for Week 13

    Ross (illness/quadriceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ross only managed one limited practice this week while tending to the quad injury in addition to an illness, but he demonstrated enough progress over the past couple of days to avoid the inactive list. With fellow wideouts Kadarius Toney (quad/oblique) and Sterling Shepard (quad) both sidelined, Ross will likely share No. 3 receiver duties alongside starters Kenny Golladay and Darius Slayton. While both Toney and Shepard were sidelined in last week's 13-7 win over the Eagles, Ross played 10 snaps (17 percent) and finished with two receptions for 28 yards on two targets.
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  • Giants' John Ross: On extensive Week 13 injury report

    Ross (illness/quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Zack Rosenblatt of NJ Advance Media reports. Ross has been limited by a non-COVID illness in practice throughout the week, in addition to a quadriceps injury. That's been a common theme in New York's receiving corps of late, as both Sterling Shepard and Kadarius Toney are doubtful with quadriceps injuries of their own, and Toney has an oblique issue on top of that. Assuming Ross plays while both Shepard and Toney sit, he would likely compete for the No. 3 wide receiver role with Collin Johnson and possibly Pharoh Cooper, who was called up from the Giants' practice squad last week and played more snaps than either Ross or Johnson.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Remains sidelined Thursday

    Ross (illness) missed a second consecutive practice Thursday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Ross is dealing with a non-COVID illness. If he's able to return in any capacity Friday, that would put Ross on track to suit up Sunday in Miami, where he could play an expanded role if Sterling Shepard and Kadarius Toney remain out due to their respective quadriceps injuries.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Sits out practice

    Ross (illness) was a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ross' absence is magnified by the other injuries facing the Giants' wideout unit. With Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and Kadarius Toney (quadriceps) also listed as non-participants on the Giants' initial Week 13 injury report, the team could once again be shorthanded at receiver Sunday against the Dolphins.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Catches two passes

    Ross caught both of his targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 13-7 win over the Eagles. Though more reps were available at receiver with Sterling Shepard and Kadarius Toney both sitting out with quadriceps were inactive, Ross ended up playing just 18 percent of the Giants' offensive snaps. The Giants take on an improving Dolphins defense in Week 13, and there's a good chance Ross will see more limited work if at least one of Shepard and Toney are back in action.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Playing Sunday

    Ross (quadriceps) is listed as active Sunday versus the Eagles, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ross tended to a quad injury in advance of the Giants' last two games in Weeks 9 and 11, and while he played on both occasions, he combined for 16 offensive snaps and one carry for 16 yards. He has a chance to get back in the target department with Sterling Shepard and Kadarius Toney out due to their own quad issues. On the season, Ross has averaged a robust 23.6 YPC and 11.8 YPT while scoring one touchdown on his 16 targets in seven appearances.
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  • Giants' John Ross: Slated to play

    Ross (quadriceps), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, is expected to play, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Ross' availability will be confirmed approximately 90 minutes before the 1 p.m. ET kickoff, when New York releases its inactive list. Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and Kadarius Toney (quadriceps) are both expected to be listed as inactive, likely positioning Ross to serve as the No. 3 or 4 receiver behind Kenny Golladay and Darius Slayton. Ross will give the Giants a downfield threat on the perimeter, though Collin Johnson (6-foot-6, 222 pounds) could replace Ross in three-receiver sets when the team wants to prioritize size over speed.
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