2014 DRAFT GUIDE
 #57 Bart Scott
 Pos: Linebacker
NFL Team: NYJ
Injury: OK
 Experience: 11
College: Southern Illinois
Height: 74
Weight: 242
Born: 8/18/1980
 Year  Tm  Gm  Tackles  Assists  Sacks  Pass Def  Fum Rec  Ints  TDs 
2011NYJ1654124.51100
2010NYJ1659221.02100
2009NYJ1667251.01000
2008BAL1661211.55000
2007BAL1662311.05000

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Free-agent LB Bart Scott (Jets) is receiving interest from several teams and is expected to sign with a team this week.
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New York Jets LB Demario Davis received praise from head coach Rex Ryan. Davis has good coverage skills and will back up LB Bart Scott, who battled through turf toe last season.
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Free-agent LB Bart Scott (toe) will not be fully healthy until early May because of the offseason surgery on his toe.
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Free-agent LB Bart Scott (Jets) is receiving interest from at least three teams.
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The agent for LB Bart Scott (Jets) said the door is not closed on his client returning to the team. The Jets released Scott Tuesday, Feb. 19. The move also allows Scott to speak to teams during the NFL combine this week.
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The New York Jets released LB Bart Scott Tuesday, Feb. 19.
Fantasy Impact: This isn't a surprise. He'll find work but his play has gone down in recent seasons.
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The Buffalo Bills may show interest in New York Jets impending free-agent FS LaRon Landry this offseason as well as LB Bart Scott if he is released by the Jets because defensive coordinator Mike Pettine coached both when he was with the Jets.
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The New York Jets are likely to cut LB Bart Scott in the offseason. They are way over the salary cap, and he's slated to count $8.7 million against it.
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New York Jets LB Bart Scott (toe) underwent successful toe surgery Friday, Jan. 18. Scott played much of the season with a hyperextended, dislocated toe. Scott is expected to be a salary cap casualty this offseason.
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New York Jets LB Bart Scott said a lack of talent led to the team's struggles this season. 'You know what the problem was with the New York Jets this year? We didn't have enough quality players to win. Simple as that,' Scott said.
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  #13  New York JetsNYJ5
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  #15  Washington RedskinsWAS8
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  #23  New Orleans SaintsNOR11
  #24  Pittsburgh SteelersPIT11
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