Cowboys DT Daniel Ross arrested on marijuana, weapon charges

Jori Epstein


Published 6: 03 PM EST Nov 6, 2019

FRISCO, Texas — Cowboys defensive tackle Daniel Ross was arrested Wednesday morning during a traffic stop, Frisco police department sergeant Evan Mattei confirmed to USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday afternoon.

Ross was charged with possession of marijuana and unlawful carrying of weapons, Mattei said.

The Cowboys declined comment.

The third-year Cowboys tackle is on injured reserve. In 16 games with Dallas through 2017-18, he recorded 19 tackles, nine quarterback hits and two sacks. Ross also forced a fumble in 2018 and recovered one each year.

The Cowboys signed Ross in November 2017 shortly after running back Ezekiel Elliott began serving a six-game suspension for violating the league’s personal-conduct policy. He previously spent time with the Chiefs and Texans practice squad.

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