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Posted: 10/7/2017 5:04pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross has a bye in Week 6, so hopefully this gives him time to get that knee in shape. The offense in Cincinnati has been horrid, so you may want to avoid Ross for the time being.
Posted: 9/21/2017 11:28pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross, who missed Week 1 with a knee injury and sat out Wednesday's practice due to illness, apparently walked off under his own power without a noticeable limp. Ross had 'lottery ticket' potential given Green Bay's secondary troubles in Atlanta, but this certainly throws his Week 3 status into serious doubt.
Posted: 9/14/2017 9:59pm ET
Huddle Up: It was surprising that Ross was active, but any plans to use him apparently went up in smoke when he put the ball on the ground on his first official NFL touch. While brighter days are certainly ahead there's no pressing reason to get Ross in your lineup.
Posted: 9/14/2017 4:28pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross will be making his NFL debut against the Houston Texans and could see more time than expected with Tyler Boyd sidelined. He probably will be used as a deep threat and slot receiver which makes him a possible flex option in deeper leagues because of his touchdown potential.
Posted: 9/11/2017 3:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross missed the first game of the season but may have a chance to play against the Houston Texans. He probably would receive limited snaps if he is active for the game and can be avoided in most leagues.
Posted: 9/10/2017 9:18am ET
Huddle Up: Ross could also be held out of Week 2's game against the Houston Texans because of the sprained left knee he suffered in the preseason finale. Once he returns to action, WRs Brandon LaFell and Tyler Boyd could see a reduced number of snaps. Seasonal owners, particularly those in dynasty leagues, should continue to be patient.
Posted: 9/10/2017 6:45am ET
Huddle Up: Ross was a limited participant in practice during the week but could be held out until Week 3 due to a sprained knee that he suffered in the final preseason game. Seasonal owners should continue to keep him stashed on their roster. WRs Brandon LaFell and Tyler Boyd should see more targets in Ross' absence.
Posted: 9/7/2017 12:18pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross seems to be making progress, but he's still unlikely to make his NFL debut this week. Ross has elite speed, but that speed is what makes him primarily just a deep threat. It will take an injury to his fellow receivers for Ross to be considered for starter status.
Posted: 9/6/2017 11:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross doing some one-on-one work is a positive development -- or at least it's better than the official 'did not participate' designation on the practice report. Ross is likely to miss the first two games, but if you spent a draft pick on him you might as well keep him stashed on your bench.
Posted: 9/5/2017 12:19pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross is already off to a slow start in his first year in the NFL, and he may be eased in once he takes the field. He'll be trying to take away targets from A.J. Green, Tyler Eifert, Brandon LaFell, Tyler Boyd and others, too, so Ross has a good chance to be a mainstay on most fantasy benches.
Posted: 9/4/2017 4:33pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross suffered the injury in the last preseason game and may miss a few weeks. Owners can check on his status later in the week but should look for other options to use.
Posted: 8/31/2017 4:58pm ET
Huddle Up: Owners will need to look for an update on Ross' status after the game to see if he is in any danger of missing Week 1. Ross probably will see limited targets during his rookie season but will have value because of his big play ability. He could be a late-round option in deeper leagues.
Posted: 8/27/2017 6:05pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross will be expected to provide a deep threat for the Bengals offense, but it would be a surprise if he is ready to be a consistent contributor. Stash him in keeper formats, but you can pass on him in redraft leagues.
Posted: 8/14/2017 1:03pm ET
Huddle Up: Unfortunately for Ross, he's a one-trick pony; a deep threat. Plus, he'll be competing for targets behind at least A.J. Green, Brandon LaFell and Tyler Eifert. The rookie speedster is a stash in standard leagues.
Posted: 7/28/2017 4:42pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross probably will miss a few preseason games but appears to be on track for the start of the regular season. Ross probably will be used in the slot and will be a deep threat in the passing game. He could be a No. 5 receiver in some fantasy leagues because of his big-play potential.
Posted: 7/26/2017 3:29pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross should be ready for the start of the regular season but likely will be limited during training camp and the preseason. He may be used as a slot receiver and likely will be a deep threat for the Bengals during his rookie season. Ross could be a No. 5 receiver in fantasy leagues because of his big play ability.
Posted: 6/13/2017 7:10pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross likely will be used as a deep threat for the Bengals this season and could also receive some short passes to allow him to use his speed. Ross can be a late-round option for owners because of his big-play ability and probably will be more valuable in keeper leagues.
Posted: 5/5/2017 4:04pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross probably will not do much until training camp because of his offseason surgery. Ross could be used as a deep threat in the passing game as a rookie but probably can be avoided in most fantasy leagues. Ross should be a decent option in keeper leagues because of his big-play potential.
Posted: 4/27/2017 10:06pm ET
Huddle Up: There were whispers that Ross' stock was sliding entering the draft due to a history of medical issues -- he missed all of 2015 with ACL and meniscus injuries, and he previously underwent microfracture surgery -- but the Bengals felt his speed and potential were too great to pass up. Now they'll cross their fingers and hope he can stay healthy. There's undeniable potential opposite A.J. Green, but it seems like a lot to ask for Ross to heal up and then beat out holdovers Tyler Boyd and Cody Core. Still, he has some late-round potential.
Posted: 4/27/2017 6:16pm ET
Huddle Up: Ross will compete for playing time with Tyler Boyd and Cody Core during training camp and probably will see most of his playing time on special teams as a rookie. He could have a role as a deep threat during the season. He should be considered a No. 5 receiver in the short term but can become a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver in the long term.
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