Bart Scott Bio, Wife, Net Worth, Can’t Wait, Wfan, Jets, Ravens and Twitter

Bart Scott (Full name- Bartholomew Edward Scott) is a former American football player who was a linebacker in the National Football League (NFL) for eleven seasons. He was born on August 18, 1980, Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Scott was signed by the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2002 after playing college football for Southern Illinois University. in 2006, Scott was selected to the Pro Bowl.

Bart Scott Biography

Bart Cott (Full name- Bartholomew Edward Scott) is a former American football player who was a linebacker in the National Football League (NFL) for eleven seasons. He was born on August 18, 1980, Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Scott was signed by the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2002 after playing college football for Southern Illinois University. in 2006, Scott was selected to the Pro Bowl.

Scott played his first seven years with Ravens before signing with New York Jets in 2009. He would play his final four seasons for the Jets. Scott was formerly employed as an NFL analyst for CBS television. Currently, he is employed as the co-host of the WFAN Afternoon Drive sports talk radio show in New York City.

Bart Scott Wife

Bart Scott is married to Darnesha Scott since year 2005. The couple has three children, two sons, Bartholomew and Bryce and a daughter, Gisele. Ironically, Scott does not want any of his son Bartholomew to play football because of the concussion issue.

Bart Scott Age

Scott was born on August 18, 1980, Detroit, Michigan. He played for the Baltimore Ravens for seven years before joining the New York Jets for four seasons. Scotts is 39 years old in 2019.

Bart Scott Net Worth | Salary

Bart Scott is a former American football player who was born in Detroit, Michigan. He played excellent football throughout high school, but struggled academically. Scott has an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars and an annual salary of $4.2 million.

Bart Scott Can’t Wait

In a post game interview with Sal Paolantonio, after the Jets playoff upset of the Patriots, Bart Scott said the phrase, “CAN’T WAIT”. This phrase went viral due to it’s uniqueness, becoming the center of discussions due to the pure form of emotions it expressed. Gifs were also made from the interview video.

In a subsequent interview with SportsCenter anchor Chris McKendry, Scott confirmed that he had patented the phrase. Scott said he patented it the very next day. Which was probably a good move considering how quickly the YouTube clip went viral.

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Bart Scott Wfan

In November 2017, Scott along with Chris Carlin and Maggie Gray, was selected as the replacement, for longtime WFAN host Mike Francesa. Carlin and Scott began hosting on the Monday after Francesa’s last show, on December 18, 2017.

Bart Scott Jets

Bart Scott became a free agent in 2009. Both the Ravens and New York Jets vied for Scott’s services. After the Jets amended their contract offer by adding a year to the deal, Scott signed the six-year, $48 million contract with New York on February 27, 2009. This would reunite him with head coach Rex Ryan, his former defensive coach in Baltimore, whom Scott has stated he would follow anywhere.

Bart Scott’s final two years with the Jets were marred by struggles and controversy on and off the field. The day after the Jets missed the playoffs on January 1, 2012, after losing their last 3 games, Scott was fined $10,000 for showing an obscene gesture in front of a cameraman while in the locker room. That same year in September, Scott threatened to assault a photographer in the Jets’ locker room.

Scott tried and failed to organize a media boycott; however, it lasted only a few moments. Later that month, Scott verbally attacked fans after the Jets gave up 35 second quarter points in a 49-19 blowout loss to New England. The Jets failed to make the playoffs in Scott’s final two seasons with the team putting up a combined record of 14–18. According to Pro Football Focus, Scott ranked last among inside linebackers in tackling efficiency in 2012. On February 19, 2013, Scotts the Jets released Scott .

Bart Scott Ravens

In the cause of Bart Scott’s first three years with Baltimore, he was a special teams standout. However, he saw little time in the defensive rotation. He played in all 16 regular season games in his rookie season, and recorded five tackles and one interception on defense while tying with another teammate to lead the team in special teams tackles at 17.

Scott made his NFL debut at the Carolina Panthers on September 8, 2002. The following season, he again played in all 16 games and one post-season game, recording nine tackles and one fumble recovery on defense. His 19 special teams tackles, a career high, ranked second on the team. In the 2004 season, he played in 13 games, making 17 special teams tackles, adding five tackles on defense playing as a safety and linebacker.

On December 3, 2007, Bart Scott was penalized twice for unsportsmanlike conduct in the fourth quarter of the Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots. The second call came after Scott picked up the official’s flag from the first call and threw it. Following the game, teammate Samari Rolle made accusations of disrespectful language by the official involved. In his final year with Baltimore, Scott again started all 16 games contributing with 104 tackles, 1.5 sacks and five passes defended.

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