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At one time, Bart Scott detested the media, even going so far as leading a locker room mutiny against reporters.
Now, in an ironic twist, Scott has become the media.
Per ProFootballTalk.com, the ex-Jets linebacker has joined the cast of CBS' new NFL pregame show, aptly titled, "That Other Pregame Show." Scott will work alongside former Raiders CEO Amy Trask as an analyst on the four-hour show, which runs every Sunday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
The 33-year-old Scott has drawn next to no interest since the Jets released him in February. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported last week that Scott was close to choosing a new team, but talks presumably have fallen through.
He's seemingly closed the door on his playing days.
And, while he had the chance, also cleared the air with his new counterparts.
If indeed this is the end of the line for Scott, he f...
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While it’s not funny when someone gets hurt, I can’t help but giggle at the fact that Jets punter Robert Malone injured himself while getting into a hot tub. It just seems so odd. Malone said back "went out" as he was getting in hot tub last wk + went out again a few days later. Getting 8hrs of treatment daily #jets — Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) August 19, 2013...
After six years with the Baltimore Ravens and last four with the New York Jets, linebacker Bart Scott called it quits this week.
Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes has started to run in a straight line but continues to experience non-stop pain in his foot.
Holmes did straight-ahead sprints on Saturday but has yet to run routes or make cuts.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) August 21, 2013
Holmes: "I think the conditioning I've been doing so far has definitely prepared me … I really don't know how...
A person familiar with the injury says New York Jets fullback Lex Hilliard will miss the entire season with a broken shoulder blade that requires surgery.
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Some of Santonio Holmes’ teammates have been impressed with what they’ve seen from him lately as he continues to work his way back from Lisfranc surgery.
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The Jets always seem to be involved in a media circus, from Darrelle Revis losing his cool on the radio, to Tebow mania, to pretty much anything that comes out of Rex Ryan’s mouth. Well now everyone in the organization is properly equipped with “media bridge’ cards to aid in responding to reporters’ tough questions. It should be interesting moving forward to see who actually...
The Jets still don’t have a timetable for the return of receiver Santonio Holmes. If Holmes had his way the would be right now.
“He definitely wants to get back as soon as possible” receiver Stephen Hill said via Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. “If he could have played on Saturday he would have played. He kept saying ‘I can play. I can play.’ But we’re...
Total babyface move. New York Jets quarter Mark Sanchez is currently rocking a Hulk Hogan-like fu manchu in an effort to win over the internet and distract us from your disastrous play at quarterback.
Just can’t wait for you to turn heel again with another Butt Fumble.
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New York Jets linebacker Quentin Coples exited Saturday’s
preseason contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars with an ankle injury. There
have since been reports that the second-year pro suffered a hairline fracture to
his ankle, which would sideline him into the regular season. The Jets didn’t
confirm those reports, but they did announce yesterday that Coples will undergo
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Geno Smith’s ankle looked better yesterday. His decision making? That still needs work.
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