After a disappointing rookie campaign, Bengals wideout John Ross' name is re-surfacing prior to next week's NFL Scouting Combine. He became the combine's speed king last year after breaking running back Chris Johnson's record of 4.24 seconds in the 40-yard dash with 4.22 seconds. Several draft prospects are aiming for his record this year but Ross isn't dwelling about it, at all. "At this point, it doesn't matter to me," Ross said according to the Bengals' website. "It's not like I'm getting any royalties from it. Records are meant to be broken. If it happens it happens. There's nothing I can do about it. "At the end of the day, it really doesn't mean that much to me. I'd rather be playing than recognized for running." Ross' rookie season did not live up to the expectations. He was limited to just 17 snaps, no catches and one fumble for the year. The wideout is hoping for a fresh start to prove he's worth the Bengals drafting him with the 9th-overall pick. "I'm looking forward to August. I don't really care what the combine is talking about," Ross said. "... I've been through a lot last year. But it's a new year. A lot of new things coming. The emphasis from last year looks to be change." Ross blames his poor performance last season on missing a portion of the offseason program due to NFL rules and his late start for training camp after rushing back from undergoing shoulder surgery in March.