Injured Cowboys DL Daniel Ross arrested on drug, gun charges

Injured Cowboys DL Daniel Ross arrested on drug, gun charges

Injured Cowboys DL Daniel Ross arrested on drug, gun charges

Cowboys defensive lineman Daniel Ross won't play this season after being placed on injured reserve in August because of a shoulder injury and any future availability may be impacted by a suspension.

Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Daniel Ross was arrested Wednesday morning in Frisco after police found marijuana and a gun in his vehicle during a routine traffic stop, according at a source. He didn't provide further details. The 26-year-old was also charged with unlawful possession of a weapon after police also found a gun in his auto.

Ross had a brief stint in the Canadian Football League before bouncing around the NFL with the Texans, Lions and Chiefs in 2017. and finally settling down with the Cowboys.

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The Cowboys declined to comment on Ross' arrest.

The new contract came just months after a season where Ross tallied one sack and 14 total tackles as a rotational defensive lineman who appeared in 13 games. Information on an attorney for the third-year player wasn't immediately available.

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