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Week 12 Outlook
Bengals WR John Ross injured his foot playing defense in practice and has been ruled out for Week 10.
You can't make this stuff up. While at practice, Ross played cornerback for the shorthanded Bengals secondary and ended up injuring his foot. Ross can't get on the field, and with a slew of injuries and trade demands this season, his time in Cincinnati is likely up after this year. Ross should be avoided in all redraft formats and is a weak hold in dynasty formats with an uncertain path to playing time.
Bengals wide receiver John Ross is officially inactive for the team's Week 8 matchup against the Tennessee Titans due to an illness.
Ross is listed as having an illness, but it's no secret that he has requested a trade and wants out of Cincinnati. The team has reportedly said that they are unwilling to deal the young wideout, but he has also only been active for just three of the team's eight games this season. Tyler Boyd, Tee Higgins, and A.J. Green should once again be quarterback Joe Burrow's top three wideouts for Sunday.
Bengals wide receiver John Ross is inactive for the team's Week 7 matchup against the Cleveland Browns due to an illness.
Ross has just two receptions in three games for the Bengals this season and reportedly asked the team to trade him last week. He is an afterthought in the Cincinnati offense and should be treated as such in fantasy unless he is traded or there are signs that his role is going to change going forward.
Bengals wide receiver John Ross recently approached the team about trading him ahead of the league's trade deadline, according to a report from NFL insider Mike Garafolo. Garafolo adds that Ross's agent confirmed that they have inquired about a trade but that those discussions have not gone very far as of yet.
Ross is a former first round pick but has just two receptions for 17 yards while playing in three of the team's six games this season. In Week 6, he played exactly one snap on offense. He is still just 24 years old and boasts elite speed, but his production in Cincinnati has been inconsistent at best through his first four seasons. He is a free agent after the 2020 season.
Bengals wide receiver John Ross is officially active for the team's Week 6 matchup against the Colts. He had been a healthy scratch a few weeks ago and recently missed time with an illness.
Even though he is active, it's unlikely that Ross sees a significant role in the Cincinnati offense. In two games this season, he has just two receptions for 17 yards.