Bart Scott is one of the hosts of WFAN’s “The Afternoon Drive,” which airs weekdays from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Before joining WFAN in December 2017, Scott most recently was a host and guest on ESPN New York 98.7 FM, where he appeared four times a week on “New York’s Game Day,” “The Michael Kay Show,” “Humpty & Canty” and “Inside the Jets.”
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Prior to joining ESPN, Scott was a studio analyst for the CBS television network’s NFL pregame show, “The NFL Today,” from 2014-16. He elevated his role from 2013, when he was a studio analyst on CBS Sports Network’s weekly Sunday pregame show, “That Other Pregame Show.”
In addition to “The NFL Today,” Scott contributed to “Inside the NFL” on Showtime and appeared in weekly segments on “That Other Pregame Show.”
Scott joined CBS Sports Network as a studio analyst during the 2013 NFL season on “That Other Pregame Show.” Before joining CBS Sports, Scott’s NFL career spanned 11 years playing with the Baltimore Ravens (2002-08) and New York Jets (2009-12).
In 2006, he was a Pro Bowl selection and earned All-Pro honors. Scott graduated from Southern Illinois University and was named to the All-Gateway Conference (now Missouri Valley Conference) first team during his senior year. He is now a member of the school’s Hall of Fame.
“(Sports) is the greatest form of reality TV,” Scott said when he was hired for “The Afternoon Drive.” “And I’m always prepared, and I’ll do my homework. And I’ll lean on these guys and they’ll lean on me, and we’ll have a fun time.”