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L.J. Scott | Free Agent RB

Date of Birth:  09/15/1996
Age:  25
Height  6'0"
Weight:   227
College:  Michigan State
Drafted:  2019 | Undrafted
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L.J. Scott | Free Agent RB


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L.J. Scott | Free Agent RB

The Browns waived L.J. Scott.

Scott has been waived by the Ravens and Browns since going undrafted, but it shouldn't take him long to find another opportunity. Hopefully the former Michigan State running back is able to stay with a team that'll give him a longer opportunity into the summer.

L.J. Scott | Free Agent RB

The Browns signed L.J. Scott.

Scott was apparently never signed as the Ravens as an undrafted free agent, instead getting a tryout in Baltimore but going unsigned. Now the former Michigan State running back lands with another AFC North team, and he’ll have a shot to work his way into a roster spot for a team that’ll be without Kareem Hunt for the first eight games of the season (suspension).

L.J. Scott | Free Agent RB

Michigan State running back L.J. Scott is signing with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent.

Scott was a solid player for three seasons at Michigan State, immediately contributing as a freshman and scoring at least seven touchdowns in each of his first three college seasons; but he returned to school for his senior season and an ankle injury unfortunately limited him to five games. Scott could have redshirted and returned for another season with the Spartans, but you have to admire him playing in the team’s bowl game instead of shutting it down after a disappointing injury-plagued year. Overall, Scott is a solid all-around running back that might be more productive numbers-wise in the NFL than he was in college, and he’ll look to at least work his way into a big part of a committee in Baltimore. He likely won’t have a ton of fantasy value in 2019, as he probably has an uphill climb to make the 53-man roster as an undrafted free agent. The practice squad might be the place for him as a rookie.