Scott (ankle) was waived with an injury settlement by the Dolphins on Thursday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Scott reverted to injured reserve after clearing waivers at roster cutdowns. The severity of the ankle issue remains unclear, but the 26-year-old is now free to sign elsewhere.
Scott (ankle) cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve, according to the league's official transaction log.
Scott had a chance to make the Dolphins roster before injuring his ankle in the preseason finale. The receiver is now set to spend the entire year on IR, barring an injury settlement.
Scott (ankle) was waived/injured by the Dolphins on Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Scott was battling for a depth receiver spot but was unable to carve out a role ahead of the likes of Danny Amendola and Albert Wilson. The ankle injury that had plagued Scott did him no favors this preseason, but there's a chance the 26-year-old can latch on elsewhere or revert to the practice squad if he clears waivers.
Scott left Thurday's preseason game against the Falcons with an ankle injury and will not return.
Scott is currently sitting at fifth or sixth on the Dolphins depth chart, and any serious injury could hurt his chances at starting the year on Miami's active roster. With Scott out, look for Leonte Caroo, Francis Owusu and Malcolm Lewis to see some additional reps at wide receiver.
The Dolphins promoted Scott from their practice squad Wednesday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott will slot in fifth on the depth chart at wideout for the Dolphins in advance of Sunday's season finale against the Bills, replacing Leonte Carroo, who was placed on the reserve/Non-Football Injury list due to an undisclosed medical situation. Since going undrafted in 2016, Scott has appeared in three games with the Dolphins over the past two seasons, but has yet to record a catch in the NFL.
The Dolphins signed Scott to their practice squad Friday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott cleared waivers after being dropped from Miami's 53-man roster earlier in the week, so he'll stick around in the organization in the hopes of eventually receiving another promotion. The 25-year-old has made three appearances with the Dolphins over the past two seasons, but is still looking for his first NFL reception.
Scott was waived Wednesday by the Dolphins.
Scott appeared in just one game for Miami after being activated from the Physically Unable to Perform list in late October. His departure corresponds with the Dolphins' addition of tight end A.J. Derby, who the team claimed off waivers Wednesday.
Scott (foot) was activated off injured reserve Tuesday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott returned to practice nearly two weeks ago, and the with the Dolphins officially activating him, the wideout is eligible to return to the field as soon as this Sunday against the Raiders. However, he'll likely remain buried on the team's depth chart for the remainder of the regular season.
Scott (foot) returned to practice Wednesday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott has stated that he feels like he is ready to play, but head coach Adam Gase will make the final call. Whether Scott plays Sunday versus the Jets could come down to the status of DeVante Parker who likely will be a game-time decision with an ankle injury.
Scott (foot) could be removed from the reserve/PUP list and play Sunday versus the Jets, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott has stated that he is completely recovered from the injury, but head coach Adam Gase hasn't committed to activating and allowing Scott to practice this week. What could push Gase toward making a decision is if DeVante Parker (ankle) is once again forced to miss practice this week and thus be questionable to play Sunday.
Scott (foot) was moved to the reserve/PUP list Saturday, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Given his placement on this list, Scott won't be eligible to return to the field until Week 7.
Scott (foot) is out of his walking boot but still could possibly start the season on the PUP, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott opened up training camp on the preseason PUP, and while getting out of the boot is surely an encouraging sign for him, landing on the PUP to start the regular season would leave him out until after Week 6. Scott, when healthy, would be expected to play a special teams role once again.
Scott (foot) is not expected to return anytime soon, Charles Trainor of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott started training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list and it doesn't appear that he'll be coming off anytime soon. He's been dealing with a foot injury since the end of June, and is still hoping to earn a spot on the team's final roster. He spent the majority of the 2016 season working on special teams.
Scott (foot) will be on the Physically Unable to Perform list for the start of training camp, James Walker of ESPN.com reports.
The second-year wideout has been dealing with a foot injury since the latter stages of the Dolphins' offseason workout program in June. Although Scott is on the PUP for now, he can be activated at any time during the preseason. The longer Scott is out, the tougher it will be for him to break camp on the 53-man roster. Scott appeared in two games as a rookie in 2016 and primarily worked on special teams.
Scott is dealing with a foot injury, Charles Trainor Jr. of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott was known to have missed out on the final portion of OTAs, but the nature of his injury wasn't known. The Dolphins are hopeful he'll be ready to go in time for training camp.
Scott will miss the remainder of the offseason program due to an foot injury, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.
Scott appeared in two games for the Dolphins as an undrafted rookie in 2016 after beginning the season on the team's practice squad. He's a candidate for a spot on the Week 1 active roster, but his chances won't be bolstered by missing a chunk of time during offseason workouts. The team is hopeful that Scott will be able to return for the start of training camp.
Scott was signed to the Dolphins' active roster Wednesday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Scott's promotion makes him the sixth receiver on the Dolphins' roster, and suggests that DeVante Parker (back), who missed practice Wednesday, might not be ready to play by the time Sunday rolls around. If Parker does sit, Scott is still the fifth wide receiver on the depth chart, curbing his fantasy value.
Scott, an undrafted rookie, could be stashed on the practice squad, Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker (hamstring), Kenny Stills (back) and Leonte Carroo are locks to make the final roster, leaving Scott, Griff Whalen and Jakeem Grant to compete for one or two spots. Whalen is the only one of the trio with any NFL experience, and Grant cost Miami a sixth-round pick in the most recent draft. As an undrafted rookie, Scott makes the most sense for the practice squad.