(WNFL) - Former Packers' receiver Jeremy Ross had a big day for Detroit on Thanksgiving -- but he refused to gloat about it afterward. Ross had 145 all-purpose yards that included four punt returns, three kickoff returns, a 24-yard run on third down, and a five-yard touchdown catch. Ross would have also had a big 60-yard punt return, but a holding penalty nullified it. Packers' coach Mike McCarthy sought out Ross after the game, and gave him a hug. Afterward, he expressed no ill-will against the Packers. Ross said he was most upset about losing relationships with his ex-teammates -- and instead of being vindictive, he looked for ways to bounce back and prevent being cut again. The Packers released Ross in September after he fumbled a kickoff return at Cincinnati, after dropping a punt return in last year's playoff loss at San Francisco.
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