Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid gave a key injury update on wide receiver Justyn Ross, according to a Thursday tweet from NFL Network National Correspondent James Palmer.

“Justyn is coming along,” Reid said, via Palmer. “He feels good, his foot feels good (and) the surgery that he had worked out well up to this point. He's made some nice plays for us out here.

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“I know Pat's (Mahomes) got trust in him, so that's good to see.”

Justyn Ross signed with the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent in 2022. Kansas City placed the 23-year-old receiver on season-ending Injured Reserve last July.

He spoke with reporters in May 2022 and revealed his reasoning for signing with Kansas City.

“Patrick Mahomes – a great quarterback – and Andy Reid – a great coach,” Ross said in 2022, via Clemson Wire Lead Editor Alex Turri. “It also feels like a family. I've only been here a day, but they've treated me like family.”

The 6-foot-4-inch wide receiver had two successful seasons with Clemson before missing the 2020 season with a congenital fusion in his spine. He was named one of the two recipients of the Atlantic Coast Conference's Brian Piccolo Award in 2021, an award given to the conference's most courageous players, according to the team's website.

Though they lost a few key contributors to free agency, the Chiefs' receiving corp still features a talented trio of Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore, along with the addition of SMU wide receiver Rashee Rice in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft.

“I think we're deep. I think that's the biggest thing,” Mahomes said on Tuesday, via Pro Football Talk. “Usually, you have a good feel for kind of who the guys are going to be and everything like that but with this group, it's like every single guy I could see him making a path to making the team. And so, I mean that's what you want. You want that competition.”