Jeremy Ross WR DET 2 Months1 Comment
The Oakland Press' Paula Pasche believes WR/KR Jeremy Ross is in the mix to be the Lions' No. 3 wide receiver.
Ross flashed on special teams last season, scoring two special teams touchdowns and finishing near the top of the league in both kickoff and punt return average. Ross failed to make an impact on offense, though, posting a meager 6-67-1 stat line. With only injury-prone Ryan Broyles and replacement-level Kris Durahm ahead of him on the depth chart, Ross has an opportunity to seize a bigger role in Detriot's offense this time around. He will be a player to monitor during training camp.
Jeremy Ross WR DET 5 Months
Lions extended exclusive rights free agent tenders to WR/KR Jeremy Ross, LB Julian Stanford, CB Chris Greenwood, and TE Matt Veldman.
Ross is the most notable name here. He averaged 29.3 yards per kickoff return with a touchdown and 16.2 yards on punts with another score after signing off the practice squad last season. Ross won't be in the mix for significant 2014 offensive snaps, but should have Detroit's return duties locked up.
Jeremy Ross WR DET 8 Months
Jeremy Ross caught a five-yard touchdown in Detroit's Week 13 win over the Packers.
Ross stole some snaps from Nate Burleson in the slot, but his second-quarter touchdown was his only grab of the afternoon. Primarily a special teamer, Ross remains miles from fantasy relevance.
Jeremy Ross WR DET 9 Months
Lions promoted WR Jeremy Ross from the practice squad.
Ross was signed to the practice squad after being waived by the Packers on September 23. He should play Sunday and can also help on special teams. The Lions cut tight end Dorin Dickerson in a corresponding move.
Jeremy Ross WR DET 10 Months2 Comments
Packers waived WR Jeremy Ross.
The second-year undrafted free agent had appeared in all three games this season, making one catch in the process. He fumbled a kickoff in Sunday's loss, however. Ross should be stashed on the practice squad provided he clears waivers.