Kansas City Chiefs sign Justyn Ross, former Clemson Tigres star

KANSAS City, Mo. — ClemsonWide receiver Justyn RossBefore he was considered a potential first-round draft pick, a spinal disorder and other injuries hampered his career, he signed a contract with the as an undrafted agent. Kansas City ChiefsESPN was told by a source that multiple reports had been confirmed.

Ross caught 112 passes, totalling 1,865 yards and 17 touchdowns his first two seasons at Clemson. He was then diagnosed with congenital spine fusion in the spring 2020. He was told by doctors that he would probably never be able to play football again.

Ross had surgery, and he sat out 2020 season. Ross returned to playing last season but was limited due to a stress fracture of his foot. He caught 46 passes and gained 514 yards.

During the offseason, the Chiefs traded their leading wide receiver. Tyreek HillTo the Miami Dolphins. They also lost two top wideouts. Byron PringleAnd Demarcus RobinsonTo free agency They have one returning wide receiver in their top four from last year. Mecole Hardman.

The Chiefs signed JuJu Smith-SchusterYou can find the Pittsburgh SteelersAnd Marquez Valdes-ScantlingYou can find the Green Bay PackersIn free agency. They were selected Skyy MooreWestern Michigan in Round 2 of the most recent draft

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