The Chicago Bears re-signed T Jonathan Scott to a one-year deal on March 25th.
The 30-year old Texas product joined the Bears after Week One of the 2012 NFL season.
He went on to start seven games at right tackle replacing Gabe Carimi, who was eventually moved to right guard.
The seven-year veteran was drafted in the fifth round by the Detroit Lions in the 2006 NFL Draft. He spent...
The Chicago Bears and offensive tackle Jonathan Scott have agreed to a one-year contract.
The 6-foot-6, 318-pound Scott signed with the Bears last September and appeared in 12 games while making seven starts - six at right tackle. He has started 35 of 70 games played for Detroit (2006-07), Buffalo (2009), Pittsburgh (2010-11) and Chicago (2012) after being drafted in the fifth round...
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March 25, 2013
Second year offensive tackle Gabe Carimi was benched a little over a quarter of the way through the season, in favor of free agent pickup Jonathan Scott. Scott was cut after a few years unsuccessful years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and then signed by the Bears when it became apparent that Chris Williams was going to be cut.
Scott came in and was the starter for the final...
We look at the numbers to see if Jonathan Scott, who started six games for the Bears last season, has the potential to be a long-term starter at right tackle in Chicago.
Chicago Bears offensive lineman Jonathan Scott suffered a
hamstring injury during yesterday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers, reports Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago.
The Bears' continuity of their offensive line took another
hit when starting right tackle Jonathan Scott sustained a hamstring injury
in the first half against the Green Bay Packers.
Scott suffered his...
It has been a rough several weeks for former Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Jonathan Scott and on Thursday he became a free agent once again after he was released from injured reserve by the Detroit Lions, according to Adam Caplan on Twitter.
Scott was released by the Steelers prior to the start of training camp after veteran Max Starks was resigned. Scott was signed by the Lions...
Tackle Jonathan Scott, who was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, has been signed by the Detroit Lions, the team that originally drafted him in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL draft, according to Mark Kaboly on Twitter.
Scott was released last week after Max Starks was signed back to the 53 man roster. The Steelers saved $2.2 million in releasing him to clear salary...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have released veteran offensive tackle Jonathan Scott.
Scott, 29, was scheduled to collect $2.2 million this season, so that freed up money might be heading over to Mike Wallace's table to get his attention.
With the re-signing of Max Starks and their draft pick Mike Adams on board, the writing was on the wall for Scott.
The fifth-round pick by...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have released tackle Jonathan Scott today in a move that has long been anticipated. Scott spent the past two seasons with the Steelers and started 14 of 28 regular-season games and three of four postseason contests.
The Steelers will save $2.2 million in salary cap space by releasing Scott and that money will most definitely be needed if the Steelers are...
With rollover money from the 2011 season the Steelers 2012 cap officially stands at just over $121 million dollars. The number likely isn’t as high as teams were hoping, but at least it’s not lower. The Steelers will now move to signing their own restricted free agents and should Continue