Cowboys defensive lineman was arrested after being found with gun and drug
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Daniel Ross, Cowboys defensive lineman, was arrested on Wednesday morning on charges of possession of marijuana and unlawful gun carrying.
Frisco police said they found Ross with marijuana and a gun in a traffic stop. He didn’t reveal more details about the traffic stop which led to the arrest.
The department did not respond immediately to requests of public.
In September, Ross was placed in injured reserve with his shoulder injury. The 26-year-old defensive tackle played in 13 games as a back-up player last season, with a record of 14 tackles and 1 sack.
He initially joined the Cowboys since 2017, after signing contract with the Kansas City Chiefs’ practice squad.
The Cowboys declined to have any comment on Daniel Ross’s arrest. No information on an attorney for this third-year player is available immediately.