Padric Scott

#67DT,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 309
Born:
College: Florida A&M
Birth Place: Tallahassee, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • Tyrann Mathieu has most to prove among Cardinals in 2017
    ESPN.com

    Tyrann Mathieu has most to prove among Cardinals in 2017

    Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Cardinals since 2012 Graduate of Indiana University Member of Pro Football Writers of America Follow on Twitter TEMPE, Ariz. -- This might be one of the toughest yet most important questions of the offseason. Both Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu and defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche, in their own ways, have plenty to prove in 2017. But I think it's more urgent for Mathieu. The fifth-year safety is coming off a third season (out of four) that ended with him on injured reserve. Despite his immense talent, he’s injury-prone. And with that comes a constant concern about his next issue. When Mathieu is healthy, he’s proved he’s one of the best

  • Why has the Calais Campbell loss been so dismissed?
    Revenge of the Birds

    Why has the Calais Campbell loss been so dismissed?

    I must have been sleeping the past couple of seasons, but did the Arizona Cardinals not just lose their best and most consistent front seven player? Calais Campbell has been the one constant in an ever changing and shifting defense. Bill Davis, Ray Horton, Todd Bowles and finally James Bettcher were the defensive coordinators during Campbell's transformation from a lightly used rookie to anchor of one of the best defenses in the NFL. Campbell allowed for a smooth transition from the Dockett and Dansby defense, to the Daryl Washington and Patrick Peterson defense, to the Dansby defense, to the Deone Bucannon defense to whatever last year was. There have been questions at literally every position

  • Yardbarker5 hours ago

    Arizona Cardinals position review: Wide Receiver

    Ahead of the 2017 NFL season, we’ll be looking at different position groups leading up to kickoff for Week 1. With a mixture of analysis, predictions, and possibly some boldness to go along with each group being discussed. Without further ado, here is a look at the Arizona Cardinals’ wide receiver corps: Larry Fitzgerald– Admittedly, there is not much to say at this point that could sufficiently describe the future Hall of Famer as he brings consistency and leadership to the position that is so desperately needed in a relatively young group of receivers. John Brown– He was setup for a breakout season last year, except for one thing…his health. Brown has been dealing with symptoms attributing