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Artavis Scott | Colts WR

Date of Birth:  12/12/1994
Age:  27
Height  5'11"
Weight:   195
College:  Clemson
Drafted:  2017 | Undrafted
Depth Chart:  3rd string

Artavis Scott | Colts WR


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Artavis Scott | Colts WR

The Chargers have released Artavis Scott.

Scott was thought to have a shot at a minor role in 2019, but the team signing Dontrelle Inman hurt those chances, and he'll now be free to sign elsewhere. The Clemson product could also be back on the Los Angeles practice squad.

Artavis Scott | Colts WR

The Chargers re-signed Artavis Scott to a one-year contract, according to ESPN's Field Yates.

Scott curiously went undrafted in 2017, but he showed major flashes last preseason for the Chargers before he was placed on injured reserve before the season because of an ankle injury. The former Clemson receiver plays bigger than his five-foot-ten frame, and he shouldn't be counted out as the Chargers' No. 3 receiver this season if Tyrell Williams leaves in free agency. For fantasy purposes, Scott is someone to monitor, particularly in dynasty leagues.

Artavis Scott | Colts WR

Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn says wide receiver Artavis Scott has a shot at making the team this season.

Scott went undrafted last year, but he left school as Clemson's all-time leading receiver (2,480 yards). Lynn says Scott is "looking good" this spring and noted how he did a good job on special teams last year—which will help as he attempts to make the final roster for the Chargers. Lynn went on to say that Scott is "making plays" and is "going to have a chance to make the roster." Scott spent last season on the practice squad for the Chargers after leaving Clemson with a year of eligibility left in 2017. He's an all-around receiver that's worth keeping in mind for very deep dynasty leagues, but the Chargers have a crowded receiver corps so he'll likely struggle to make a big fantasy impact in 2018.