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Reggie Scott enters his 12th year with the Rams and was named vice president, sports medicine and performance in 2020 moving up the ranks from senior director, sports medicine and performance, director of sports medicine and performance after joining the Rams as head athletic trainer.
Scott initially joined the Rams in 2010 and became the youngest head athletic trainer in the modern NFL era.
In his current role, Scott oversees the athletic training department which is responsible for managing and facilitating the medical care of Rams players. This includes daily evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, prevention, education and administrative work. Since joining the Rams, Scott has overseen the athletic training efforts for 21 Pro Bowl selections and two No. 1 overall Draft picks.
In addition to his duties with the Rams, Scott serves as the acting president for the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society's (PFATS) executive board.
During the Rams' inaugural season back in Los Angeles, Calif., Scott and his staff were charged with developing and managing three fully-equipped training facilities before settling into their home base.
In 2015, Scott and his staff were named the 2015 NFL Athletic Training Staff of the Year by the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society. The award is voted on by the PFATS membership and recognizes one NFL athletic training staff annually for their distinguished service to their club, community and athletic training profession. The honor marked the first time the Rams have been recipients of the award since it was established in 1985.
Before joining the Rams, Scott spent six seasons as an assistant athletic trainer for the Carolina Panthers, starting with their NFC Championship season in 2003. Scott was a part of back-to-back Super Bowl appearance teams, coming straight off his first NFL season as an intern on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers athletic training staff during their 2002 Super Bowl Championship season.
Prior to entering the NFL ranks, Scott worked as a student athletic trainer at his alma mater, West Virginia University, for four years (1999-2002). Scott earned his bachelor's degree in athletic training from WVU. Scott also earned a master's degree in performance enhancement and injury prevention from California University at Pennsylvania. In 2007, he added the Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Scott broke into athletic training as an intern with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2000.
Scott is the chairman of the membership service committee and advocacy committee for the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society. He is also a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, where he serves as an Ethnic Diversity mentor. In 2004, he was a part of the staff that won the PFATS Athletic Training Staff of the Year award, and in 2003, he earned the U.S. Air Force Commanders Award for Excellence which he completed at Dover Airforce Base.
Scott grew up in Dover, Del., with his mom, Juana Fuentes Bowles, father, Reggie Scott Sr., and sister, Victoria Fuentes Cox, who still reside in the area. Scott has been married for 15 years to his wife, Tina, and they have two children: Sophia and Isabella.