"Jacob E. Scott, III" is a former American football Safety (American football position)/free safety and punt returner who played from 1970 in sports/1970 to 1978 in sports/1978 for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Scott went to the Pro Bowl five consecutive times between 1971, and 1975. He recorded 35 interceptions in his six seasons as a Dolphin, and another 14 in his three years with the Redskins. He was also a five-time All-Pro.

Scott wore number 13 throughout his career (a number not worn by NFL safeties today), which was later made famous in Miami by Dan Marino, and has since been retired in Marino's honor.

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It's fun to just grind on the D-line. It's fun to have a long drive and look over there and see how tired they are and be ready to go get them some more.

It's back to normal having him out there running the scout team, organizing the practice, the walk-through. It's going to be nice.

This week was terrible. We made mental mistakes we don't usually make and physical mistakes we don't usually make, too. We have to correct those.

Yeah, I'm boring, I guess.

It's uncalled for when people act like that. You can play hard within the rules. You don't have to break the rules to play hard.

That was a big win over Quincy - but after we won that game there was just silence. Tonight, it was all rockin' here.