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Bryan Scott was excited, so he broke the news himself.The veteran linebacker tweeted Wednesday that he re-signed with the Buffalo Bills, posting a picture of the contract for proof. Scott, 31, had one of the best season's of his 10-year career in 2012. Scott grabbed a career-high four interceptions with eight passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, as well as a touchdown. He didn't tally a sack but was in on 66 tackles."Signing on for year 11 in the NFL!" Scott wrote Monday. "What a blessing!"Scott was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 2003, where he spent three years before a one-season stint with the New Orleans Saints. He signed on with the Bills in 2007 after not making it out of the preseason with the Tennessee Titans.Buffalo brought him back in 2008. Scott was named the Bills' Walter Payton Man of the Year last December.Follow Nick @NickStDenisFollow AFC East Daily @AFCEastDaily
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Linebacker Bryan Scott says he's signed a one-year contract to remain with the Buffalo Bills, and forego the chance to become an unrestricted free agent next week.
He's a 10-year veteran, who has spent the past six seasons in Buffalo, where he's filled various roles. Scott has played linebacker and safety and been a regular on special teams.
Scott first announced the...
While you were busy getting over seeing Andy Levitre play elsewhere next year or daydreaming about Mike Wallace wearing royal blue, the Bills brought back two of their more eclectic if not marginal players: Bryan Scott and Dorin Dickerson.
While neither move is something that would alter anyone’s outlook of Buffalo’s 2013 prospects, both players share a quality that is central...
With NFL free agency set to begin one week from today, the Buffalo Bills have locked up two of their own upcoming UFAs-to-be before they hit the open market. And no, Andy Levitre is not one of them.
Both LB Bryan Scott and FB Dorin Dickerson have announced via Twitter that they have re-signed with the organization for another year. Scott even added a picture with his tweet.
Buffalo Bills tight end Mike Caussin remains under contract for next season and linebacker Bryan Scott has re-signed with the club.
The Bills said Thursday they've retained Caussin by rolling over the final year of his contract. He missed last season while recovering from right knee surgery. Buffalo acquired Caussin in December 2010 by signing him off Jacksonville's practice...