Lions returner Jeremy Ross was among seven exclusive rights free agents re-signing with clubs on Monday.
The 27-year-old Ross returned 23 kickoffs for 584 yards (25.4 yards per attempt) and 32 punts for 284 yards (8.9 yards per attempt) in 2014. A wide receiver, Ross also added 24 catches for 314 yards and a touchdown, with four catches of 20 yards or more.
Other exclusive-rights free agents re-signing Monday were Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken, Giants defensive back Chandler Fenner, Chiefs wide receivers Frankie Hammond and Junior Hemingway, Ravens defensive back Tramain Jacobs and Rams offensive guard Brandon Washington. Hammond (four catches, 45 yards) started three games for the Chiefs a season ago, while Hemingway (12-108) made one start.
All re-signings were disclosed in the NFL’s Monday personnel notice.