Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Led Cal in punt return average, while ranking third in the Pac-10 and 18th nationally, bringing back 22 punt returns for 279 yards and an average of 12.7 yards per return ... second on the club in kick return average (11 returns, 238 yards, 21.6 ypr) ... contributed 818 all purpose yards (91 rushing, 210 receiving, 279 punt return, 238 kick return) to rank fourth on the team and 22nd in the Pac-10, with a career-high average of 81.80 all purpose yards per contest ... played in 10 games and made two starts (at Arizona, at Washington State) but missed the final two contests of his career with an injury ... added 18 receptions for 210 yards and nine rushes for 91 yards that included the first two rushing touchdowns of his career ...2009: Third on the team with a career-high 860 all purpose yards (48 rushing, 344 receiving, 192 punt return, 276 kick return) and 18th in the Pac-10 with an average of 66.15 all purpose yards per game ... played in 13 contests with seven starts ... fourth on the squad with a career-high 344 receiving yards, as well as tied for fifth with 22 receptions for an average of 15.6 yards per catch that ranked second on the team ...2008: Finished with 609 all purpose yards (62 rushing, 210 receiving, 337 kick return) and also completed a 30-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Nyan Boateng in the second quarter of the Oregon State game, after taking a lateral from quarterback Kevin Riley ... played in all 13 games and started five at wide receiver, including the season-opener vs. Michigan State and four of the last five contests ... registered 17 catches for 210 yards and two of his three career touchdown receptions ...2007: Saw action in seven games all off the bench primarily on special teams...2006: Redshirted.
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12/31/12 - WR/KR Jeremy Ross replaced an injured Randall Cobb on kickoff and punt returns in the 37-34 loss at Minnesota on Sunday. Ross, a first-year player, impressed in the special-teams role with big second-quarter runbacks of 44 yards on a kickoff and 32 yards on a punt, the latter of which led to a touchdown. Ross is under consideration to return kicks in the rematch against the Vikings in a wild-card playoff game Saturday night, even if Cobb is cleared to play.
12/28/12 - WR/KR Jeremy Ross is being prepared in practice this week to handle kickoff and punt returns in case Randall Cobb, who is recovering from ankle and knee injuries, can't play in the final regular-season game at Minnesota on Sunday. Ross replaced an injured Cobb on returns in the second half of Green Bay's 55-7 rout of Tennessee last Sunday and had a 58-yard punt return. The 6-foot, 215-pound Ross is a first-year player who has been on the 53-man roster since Dec. 1 after initially being signed by the team to the practice squad in mid-October.
12/02/12 - WR Jeremy Ross was promoted from the practice squad to the 53-man roster Saturday. The 6-0, 215-pound Ross, a first-year player who joined the team Oct. 17, was used on special teams in the 23-14 victory over Minnesota on Sunday.
01/11/12 - WR Jeremy Ross signed a reserve/future contract with the Colts. Ross was signed by Indianapolis to the practice squad on Sept. 28, and he remained there for the rest of the regular season. He was originally signed by New England as a rookie free agent on July 27.