By Max Harper
The Eagles didn’t offer Boston Scott a restricted free agent deal, so technically he could have signed anywhere.
And he is coming back as RB3 behind Miles Sanders and Kenny Gainwell on a one-year deal worth $1.75 million, with incentives that could push it up to $2.25 million.
In 45 career games, all with the Eagles, Scott has 992 rushing yards, 499 receiving yards, and 14 total touchdowns.
Even though he didn’t have a single carry until nearly the middle of last season, Scott was a touchdown machine with seven scores on the ground, the most by an Eagles running back since Ryan Mathews in 2016.
Scott scored on 8.0 percent of his carries, the highest rate since quarterback Michael Vick (9.0 percent) in 2010.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 19, 2022