The Bengals are "shopping" WR John Ross, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The 9th overall pick of the 2017 draft has been a colossal disappointment through 2 seasons, going catch-less in 3 appearances as a rookie and catching just 21 balls this past year. Injuries have been a problem for Ross throughout his football career. But he posted big numbers in college, boasts 4.2 speed and is still only 23. Ross remains a hold in dynasty leagues. We'll see if he finds a new home.
The Giants have agreed to a 1-year, $2.5 million deal with WR John Ross, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. Ross has collected just 51 receptions through 4 injury-riddled pro seasons. The Giants offense, though, presents an opportunity for him to earn a top 3 spot among WRs. We'll see whether the team adds anything else to that position in free agency or the NFL Draft.
Bengals WR John Ross is a healthy scratch for today's game vs. the Eagles. Rookie Tee Higgins has taken over as Cincinnati's #3 WR. We'd love to see the Bengals trade Ross and give him a shot elsewhere.
Bengals WR John Ross returned to training camp on Sunday. He missed 11 days to take care of his son and the boy's mother, who both tested positive for COVID. Ross will resume competing for snaps with Tee Higgins and Auden Tate behind A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd on Cincinnati's depth chart.
Bengals WR John Ross has left training camp to take care of his son and the boy's mother after they both tested positive for COVID. He should re-join the team well before Week 1, assuming he doesn't catch the virus himself. The missed time is bad news for a guy battling with rookie Tee Higgins and Auden Tate for snaps behind A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd.
Bengals WR John Ross (clavicle) is expected to return for Sunday's game against the Browns, HC Zac Taylor said. Ross exploded for 7-158-2 and 4-112-1 lines in the first 2 weeks of the season but totaled just 58 scoreless yards over the next 2. He can't be trusted in Week 14 fantasy lineups -- but his return does upgrade QB Andy Dalton's weaponry.