The 6-3, 234-pound Clemons played six games for the Redskins, after being signed off Cleveland's practice squad. Clemons' impact mostly came on third downs when he rushed as an end. He recorded three sacks and forced a fumble.
His body size reminds some of ex-Redskin linebacker Shawn Barber, but the coaches view Clemons as a rush end. However, the biggest knock on him in that role is his size. The coaches fear he would wear down too much over 16 games.
The 6-foot, 200-pound Scott spent the past season on Washington's practice squad. He impressed them with his special teams ability, but he never did much when given the chance this past preseason.
Washington also waived linebacker Maurice Jones.
Clemons, Scott re-sign
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