The Kansas City Chiefs will get wide receiver Justyn Ross back this week. The NFL announced Friday that Ross is off the Commissioner’s Exempt list and that he had been suspended for six games, the last of which was Sunday’s loss against the Buffalo Bills.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL suspended Ross for violating the league’s personal conduct policy in connection with his arrest on charges of domestic battery and criminal property damage in October.
“Chiefs’ WR Justyn Ross, who has missed the last five games on the Commissioner Exempt List after an October incident, will be suspended six regular season games for violating the Personal Conduct Policy, per the NFL,” posted Schefter on his X account. “Since any games a player misses while on the list is credited against his suspension, he will be back with the team on Monday after the Chiefs’ game Sunday against the Bills. He will have to pay back the six-game checks he received on paid leave.”