Chiefs’ rookie WR Justyn Ross placed on injured reserve, out for season

Wide receiver Justyn Ross’ season is over before the 2022 campaign begins.

The Kansas City Chiefs on Monday placed Ross, an undrafted rookie out of Clemson, on injured reserve with a foot injury.Chiefs head coach Andy Reid revealed last week when quarterbacks, rookies and select players reported for training camp at Missouri Western State University that Ross recently underwent surgery. He’s also been absent at training camp.Despite losing Tyreek Hill in the off-season, Kansas City has more than enough skilled players at the wide receiver position. These receivers include Mecole Hardman, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Josh Gordon, rookie Skyy Moore, Daurice Fountain, Justin Watson, Corey Coleman, Cornell Powell, Gary Jennings, Omar Bayless and Aaron Parker.The 22-year old Ross finished his career at Clemson ranking 5th all-time in career receiving touchdowns with 20 touchdowns.

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