Bart Scott

#57LB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 242
Born:
College: Southern Illinois
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News59 minutes ago

    Darrelle Revis won't face league discipline after charges dropped

    Former New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis no longer faces the possibility of NFL discipline stemming from felony assault charges that were dismissed in March by a Pittsburgh judge, according to a league spokesman. At the time of the dismissal, the league said it would continue to review the case under its personal-conduct policy. That review is complete. Revis, 31, who was released March 9 by the Jets, remains a free agent. He's still owed $6 million by the Jets, the final guaranteed portion of the five-year, $70 million contract he signed in 2015. In February, Revis was arrested in connection with a street fight that left two men unconscious. He was charged with two felony counts of aggravated

  • Respected NFL analyst not a fan of Jets safety Calvin Pryor
    Jets Wire4 hours ago

    Respected NFL analyst not a fan of Jets safety Calvin Pryor

    Greg Cosell is an NFL analyst and a senior producer at NFL Films. He is widely regarded by NFL insiders as one of the most knowledgeable and trusted football analysts. When the Jets drafted Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye in this year’s draft, Cosell spoke on the impact it will have on current Jets safety Calvin Pryor. “I didn’t love Pryor coming out of Louisville, and obviously they don’t, either,” Cosell told “The Midday 180” on 104.5 The Zone in Nashville according to Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. “Todd Bowles is a defensive guy where safeties are important in his defense. In his mind, Pryor clearly was not up to the task. When you draft safeties, one and two, and you have a lot of needs on the team,

  • Barnwell's AFC East report cards: Did Patriots win offseason, too?
    ESPN.com1 hour ago

    Barnwell's AFC East report cards: Did Patriots win offseason, too?

    Bill Barnwell ESPN Staff Writer Bill Barnwell is a staff writer for ESPN.com. Follow on Twitter It's time to reflect on the 2017 offseason. There are a few stray veterans left in the free-agent pool, and teams could still execute something unexpected if injuries arise, but organizations have mostly closed their checkbooks and built the rosters they're going to take onto the field in September. Of course, we can know only so much right now. This time last year, there was no way anybody knew that the Cowboys had drafted a franchise quarterback. Kyle Shanahan was lucky to have survived the offseason in Atlanta as an offensive coordinator, let alone be considering head-coaching roles. At the same