Justyn Ross has finally found an NFL home heading into the 2022 season.
Per Jordan Schultz, the former Clemson receiver is signing with the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent. There are medical concerns with Ross, but the Chiefs are giving him a chance.
Ross played at Clemson for three seasons and had 500+ receiving yards in all three of them.
He had 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns off 46 receptions as a freshman in 2018 before he was diagnosed with a rare spinal disorder and underwent neck surgery in 2020.
That came after his 2019 season which saw him rack up 865 yards and eight touchdowns off 66 receptions.
Ross was able to return in 2021 but then got injured again this past November. He suffered a stress fracture in his left foot that made him miss the rest of the season. He ended up finishing the year with 514 yards and three touchdowns off 46 receptions.
If Ross can stay healthy throughout the offseason and through training camp, he’ll have a great shot at making the 53-man roster.