CBS NFL Today Analyst Bart Scott On The 2014 NFL Draft
CBS NFL analyst and former Baltimore Ravens linebacker, Bart Scott, talked on the upcoming NFL draft.
Scott went undrafted out of Southern Illinois in 2002 and three days later was signed by the Ravens. He spent seven seasons in Baltimore before ending his career as a New York Jet in 2012.
Scott believes Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, free safety out of University of Alabama would be a good pick for the Ravens, he’s a once in a generation player but there’s no Ed Reed in this draft.
ravens off season.. i think they’re been solid as always, very patient and know what they need. get a couple years out of steve smith, he will work the slot.
Ozzie newsome has a plan even if you never know what it is. Joe Flacco is really going to have to take the next step
“I don’t know who will be the first person to go in the draft,” Scott said. “With today’s game the number one pick has to be someone they are ready to play right now. ”
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