Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
1 week ago

Ross caught four of five targets for 58 yards and a touchdown in Friday's preseason game versus the Jets.

EDGE Analysis

Ross led the team in receptions yards and touchdowns Friday, making a case to see some extra reps as training camp rolls along. He has been one of the standout performers of the first few weeks, and will likely have the chance to build on his strong start to camp next week versus the Bills.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
9 months ago

Ross was released by the Ravens on Tuesday.

EDGE Analysis

Ross sealed his fate when he muffed a punt in Sunday's loss to the Jaguars. He was wholly unimpressive even before the miscue, failing to take advantage of Baltimore's lack of talent at his position.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
10 months ago

With Steve Smith (Achilles) out for the season, Ross is one of five healthy wide receivers on Baltimore's active roster, the team's official website reports.

EDGE Analysis

Ross still only had a bit role in the offense during the second half of Sunday's win over the Chargers. He seems to be behind all of Kamar Aiken, Chris Givens and Marlon Brown, though the latter has been highly ineffective, which could perhaps open up a spot for Ross in three-wide formations. Aiken and Givens are the more likely beneficiaries.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
10 months ago

Ross caught three passes for 38 yards on five targets in Sunday's 25-20 loss to the 49ers.

EDGE Analysis

Ross saw nearly as much playing time as Marlon Brown, who did nothing to stymy his slide down the depth chart. Of course, even if Ross overtakes Brown for the No. 3 wide receiver role, it would be unwise to expect more than a handful of targets per game.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
10 months ago

Ross caught both of his targets for 24 yards in Sunday's loss to the Browns.

EDGE Analysis

Signed earlier in the week, Ross was merely the No. 5 wide receiver on offense, but he did return both kickoffs and punts. With Darren Waller (concussion) potentially unavailable for Week 6 against the 49ers, Ross could see a modest uptick in snaps, but he probably won't get more than three or four targets.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
11 months ago

Ross was promoted from the Ravens' practice squad Saturday, the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports.

EDGE Analysis

He is expected to be the Ravens' primary kick returner and will also serve as the fifth wide receiver with Steve Smith and Breshad Perriman ailing.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
12 months ago

Ross was released by the Lions on Saturday, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.

EDGE Analysis

Corey Fuller seemingly won the No. 3 wide receiver job, with Lance Moore and TJ Jones rounding out the depth chart. In reality, things should be pretty fluid behind the excellent starting duo of Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate. Ross served as the No. 3 wide receiver for most of 2014, finishing with 24 catches for 314 yards and a touchdown on 36 targets in 16 games.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
12 months ago

Ross hauled in two passes for 40 yards in the Lions preseason victory over Jacksonville.

EDGE Analysis

Though his totals were modest, Ross was second only to Golden Tate in receptions and yards. Coming off a four-catch game last week, Ross is looking like a solid bet to make the roster and, with no obvious choices ahead of him, may be lining himself up for the Lions' No. 3 receiver gig.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
2 years ago

Ross, an exclusive rights free agent, will be back with the Lions in 2015, ESPN's Michael Rothstein reports.There was little question the Lions would choose to retain Ross, as the cost of keeping an exclusive-rights free agent is far from prohibitive. That doesn't ensure Ross of a spot on the final roster, but he's a pretty good bet to win a job as the No. 3 or 4 wide receiver.

Jeremy Ross
WR NYJ (11)
2 years ago

Ross caught 24-of-36 targets for 314 yards and a touchdown in 16 games during the 2014 seasons.

Working as Detroit's No. 3 wide receiver for most of the year, Ross posted numbers that were similar to Corey Fuller's, even though Fuller was fourth on the depth chart. Both players figure to be back with Detroit in 2015, as Fuller is still under contract, while Ross is an exclusive-rights free agent.