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Buffalo Bills promote Da’Mari Scott to active roster

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On Saturday, the Buffalo Bills promoted Da’Mari Scott to the 53-man roster. The Bills signed him to the team’s practice squad just three days ago on December 5th. After the release of Kelvin Benjamin and Andre Holmes, along with Isaiah McKenzie being questionable for the game against the New York Jets, the Bills added some much-needed help at the wide-receiver position.

Scott played his college football at Fresno State. Over his four-year college career, he caught 91 passes for 1,163 yards and five touchdowns. He went undrafted in the 2018 NFL Draft and signed as an UDFA with the Cleveland Browns, where he was signed to their practice squad during final cut-downs this summer to the 53-man roster. Scott’s only NFL action thus far has come in the preseason, where he played all four games.

As for his status for the game, I wouldn't expect him to be part of the 46 players who are active on game day, especially if Isaiah McKenzie is a go.