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Famed for his "Can't Wait" moment after the New York Jets defeated the New England Patriots in the 2011 AFC Divisional Playoffs, former linebacker Bart Scott is starting a new career this year as an NFL analyst.
During "The Other Pregame Show" on CBS Sports Network, former NFL player Bart Scott called Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones "senile."
BY NICK ST. DENISBart Scott isn't about to go incognito when talking about Richie Incognito.Scott, a former New York Jets linebacker who has faced the soon-to-be former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman on numerous occasions, said Monday that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell needs to kick Incognito out of the league.Incognito was recently suspended indefinitely by his team after...
Bart Scott is on ESPN radio Monday chiming in on the Richie Incognito, Bullying fiasco in Miami.
According to Steve Serby, via ESPN 98.7, Scott is going on a terrific rant, and he’s lighting Incognito up right now. Essentially, Scott called Incognito a punk, and said he wouldn’t try that bullying sh*t on the Ravens or Jets.
Bart Scott in ESPN Radio in Richie Incognito: He&...
Every week the New York Jets find a way to keep us entertained. This week’s main attraction has been all about the fans.
First Fireman Ed quit. Then Bart Scott started speaking ill of the fans that taunted them during their Thanksgiving implosion at the hands of the New England Patriots.
Initially, PV was of the opinion that Scott as usual was being something of a hot head and...
Bart Scott’s anger with the media continued on Friday when he reportedly nearly fought a Jets reporter.
According to multiple reports, Scott and Jets Confidential reporter Dan Leberfeld had to be separated during the Jets’ open locker room period on Friday.
Scott apparently was upset that Leberfeld took a picture of Scott talking with a female reporter and, according to the...
ANOTHER DAY IN NEW YORK
According to witnesses, Bart Scott threatened to punch a reporter after he tried to take a photo of the New York Jets linebacker with his cell phone.
Add Bart Scott to the list of current and former players who do not want their children to play football. Scott recently said his hope is that he plays so his son won't have to.
Current New York Jet and supposed favorite of Rex Ryan, Bart Scott has been given the green light to seek a trade according to NFL sources. Scott who just finished his 3rd season, and the Jets feel his six year 48 million deal is a little too rich.
Scott collected a 27 million dollar bonus and became the heart of the Jets defense. Scott is due a guaranteed salary of $4.2 million...