Jay Ross signs contract with Buffalo
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BUFFALO, NY (AP) - Defensive tackle Jay Ross has rejoined the Buffalo Bills after being signed to the practice squad.

Ross spent training camp with the Bills before being released Aug. 26. He also spent the final 10 weeks of last season on Buffalo's practice squad.

Listed at 6-foot-3 and 319 pounds, Ross played college at East Carolina. He entered the NFL in 2010, when he signed with New Orleans as an undrafted free agent. After being cut by the Saints before the season began, Ross then spent a portion of the year on Green Bay's practice squad.

The signing fills the Bills practice squad roster at the maximum eight players.

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A job is a job, but if he can't get past being on practice squads, he may want to look into other options.

Unfortunately, you sound very ignorant. Who would discourage someone from fulfilling their dreams. If it was 10 practice squads who cares - I am sure he makes more money than you - maybe you should look into other options. If football didn't work out for him - he does have a degree. People please get your life together and stop putting other people down for living their life. But as they say Misery Loves Company.

This great news,means another few looks.
Kudos for area player.

Amen!