PLAYER
Jake Scott
G #60
Height:
6-5
Weight:
292
College:
Idaho
Experience:
9
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 131 128
2012 PHI 7 7
2011 TEN 16 16
2010 TEN 16 16
2009 TEN 16 16
2008 TEN 16 16
2007 IND 16 16
2006 IND 16 16
2005 IND 16 16
2004 IND 12 9

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS:

  • Signed by the Detroit Lions on June 4, 2013.
  • Signed by the Philadelphia Eagles on November 12, 2012.
  • Signed by the Tennessee Titans to a four-year contract on March 10, 2008.
  • Re-signed by the Indianapolis Colts to a one-year contract on April 19, 2007.
  • Drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the fifth round (141st overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft.

PRO:10-year NFL veteran with previous stints with the Philadelphia Eagles (2012), Tennessee Titans (2008-11) and Indianapolis Colts (2004-07). Has started 128-of-131 career games played, including all 16 at guard en route to the Colts’ Super Bowl XLI victory in 2006.

2012:Became the Eagles’ starting right guard after signing with the team in November of the 2012 season and started the final seven games of the season.

  • Played on every offensive down after joining the team in Week 11, one of only three Eagles offensive players to do so in that time span.

2011:In his final year with the Titans, started all 16 games for the seventh straight season.

  • Was a member of an offensive line unit that allowed only 24 sacks, tying for the second-lowest total in the NFL that season.

2010:Continued his mainstay at right guard for the Titans in all 16 games.

  • Helped the Titans’ ground game reach 1,727 rushing yards on the season.

2009:Started all 16 games at right guard for the Titans and was a member of an offensive line unity that blocked for the NFL’s second-best rushing attack with a 162.0 yards-per-game average.

  • Helped block for RB Chris Johnson as he became just the sixth player in NFL history to rush for 2,000 yards (2,006).

2008:Sixteen-game starter in his first year as a Titan and helped the Tennessee offensive line block for an NFL-low 12 sacks in 2008.

2007:Ended his stint in Indianapolis by starting all 16 games as part of an offensive line unit that allowed only 23 sacks, ranking fifth in the AFC in fewest sacks allowed.

2006:Started all 16 games at right guard for the Super Bowl XLI champion Indianapolis Colts and helped the offensive line limit opponents to a League-low 15 sacks all season, the third consecutive season the team accomplished that feat.

  • Started all four postseason contests at right guard and helped the Colts average 151.0 rushing yards per game in the playoffs.

2005:In his sophomore season with the Colts, started all 16 games at right guard.

COLLEGE:A four-year starter at Idaho, started 45 games at right tackle and was named second-team All-Sun Belt Conference as a senior in 2003.

  • Also started all 12 games as a junior in 2002 while blocking for an offense that averaged 404.6 total yards per game.

PERSONAL:

  • Four-year letterman in football and was also a member of his high school track and field team.
  • Earned a degree in civil engineering. Son of Paul and Teresa Scott. Has a wife, Jilleen.

Recent Articles

Recent Videos

  • Lawson on defensive corrections

    Posted Aug 27, 2016

    CB Nevin Lawson talks about the issues the defense faced against the Ravens and what they can do better next game.

  • Decker on areas offense can improve

    Posted Aug 27, 2016

    OT Taylor Decker talks about getting more comfortable within the line and improvements the offense can make prior to the regular season.

  • Jones on offensive penalties

    Posted Aug 27, 2016

    WR Marvin Jones talks about penalties keeping the first team offense out of the endzone and what they can do to address those errors going forward.

  • HIGHLIGHT: Prater kicks 60-yard FG

    By NFL.com - Posted Aug 27, 2016

    Watch Detroit Lions kicker Matt Prater kick a 60-yard field goal at the end of the first half of the team's Preseason Week 3 game at Baltimore.

  • Levy on getting preseason reps

    Posted Aug 27, 2016

    LB DeAndre Levy talks about returning to game action and what the first-team defense can do to improve prior to the start of the season.

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