Former Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott has found a new home.

Scott has landed in LA with the Rams, inking a one-year deal, after spending the first six years of his NFL career in Philadelphia. Scott gained notoriety among Eagles fans for his propensity to have big games against the New York Giants.

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In 10 career games against the Giants, Scott has 90 carries for 422 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground, adding 17 catches for 222 yards and a score as a receiver.

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He sat behind D’Andre Swift and Kenneth Gainwell for most of the 2023 season getting just 20 carries for 86 yards, adding just four catches for 52 yards.

Scott was originally drafted out of Louisiana Tech in the 2028 draft by the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round (201st overall).  He was waived by New Orleans and signed with Philadelphia in December of 2018.

In 75 career games with the Eagles, Scott has 302 carries for 1,295 yards and 16 touchdowns.  He caught 712 passes for 561 yards and one score out of the backfield.

He was the team's primary kick returner and has been a popular player throughout his six seasons with the team, now he heads to LA to play with the Rams.

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