The former Jets linebacker, who is now an analyst for CBS, was an in-studio guest of Boomer & Carton on Friday and offered some unique perspective on what it was like to play for Rex Ryan.
Bart Scott has never been one to hold his tongue, so whenever he joins Boomer and Craig it tends to get interesting — which is a good thing.
Rex Ryan flashed the bat and the leather during Saturday’s Boomer & Carton vs. NYPD celebrity softball game. But it wasn’t enough as Team Boomer lost to the First Precinct in walk-off fashion.
Come on out to Con-Ed Field in Manhattan tomorrow to watch the First Precinct take on a celeb team led by our very own Boomer & Carton. Proceeds will benefit the PBA Widows and Children’s Fund.
“Bart joining ‘The NFL Today’ is a natural progression from his outstanding work during his first season on TOPS,” said CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus.
Jerry Recco used his time wisely Monday morning, providing all of the details from an eventful NFL wild-card weekend we won’t soon forget. But first, Craig took Bart Scott to task for his fashion sense.
The show features former Jets linebacker Bart Scott, along with Brandon Tierney and a number of other panelists.
Scott joined WFAN radio on Tuesday to talk about his transition from the playing field to CBS Sports Network’s “That Other Pregame Show.” But first he had some strong words for the New York media.
According to Yahoo! Sports, the Jets and offensive lineman D’Brickashaw Ferguson are set to restructure his deal, saving the Jets $5.128 million in cap space.
Linebacker Calvin Pace is coming back to the New York Jets on a one-year deal, according to multiple reports.
Darrelle Revis is moving closer to getting back on the football field. Whether that’s with the New York Jets next season remains to be seen.
John Idzik can’t trade the former first-round pick until March 12, but according to a report he will attempt to shop him to other teams at the 2013 NFL Combine this week.
The moves would save new Jets general manager John Idzik a whopping $27.7 million in cap space and bring Gang Green under the expected $121.1 million cap, the Daily News reported.
I landed in NOLA on Sunday night, and it didn’t take long to realize how much time and effort the city of New Orleans and the Host Committee put into preparing for the Super Bowl.
John Idzik declared his first order of business is to review the Jets’ entire roster and decide who stays, who goes and who they need to come in and be part of the solution.