The Kansas City Chiefs have signed undrafted free agent wide receiver Justyn Ross. He will now be eligible to compete for a spot on the Chiefs’ game day roster.
Analyst Jordan Schultz reported the news via Twitter on Monday morning.
Clemson WR Justyn Ross is signing with the #Chiefs to their 90-man roster, per source.
Ross led the ACC in receiving as a freshman in 2018, ranked fifth nationally with 21.7 YPC and was second in receiving touchdowns. He also stands 6-3, 210 pounds. High quality addition for
— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) May 2, 2022
Ross likely fell out of the draft due to his medical history. He finished his Clemson career at fifth all-time in receiving touchdowns. He was also a member of the 2018 College Football Playoff championship team during his time at Clemson.
In total, Ross had 159 receptions for 2,389 yards and 20 receiving touchdowns. He did not play during the shortened 2020 season, due to a “congenital fusion of his neck and spine.” Ross received surgery and returned to the field in 2021.
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