Free Diver Meets His Limit and Nearly His Death at 800 Feet – 60 MINUTES SPORTS Premieres Tonight on SHOWTIME

60-min-showtime“I KNEW I SHOULDN’T HAVE DONE IT,” SAYS FREE DIVER HERBERT NITSCH, WHO NEARLY DIED TRYING TO BREAK HIS OWN RECORD

ON THE NEXT EPISODE OF “60 MINUTES SPORTS”

PREMIERING WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, AT 9 p.m. ET/PT

ONLY ON SHOWTIME®

In his First Interview since the 800-ft. Dive that Caused Brain Damage and Ended his Career, Nitsch Reflects on his Injuries and the Dive that Turned Out to be his Limit

Several signs told him not to try to beat his own 700-ft. free diving record that day.  There was technical trouble with the sled that was to take him down to 800 ft., the water was choppy and an ear problem had prevented his training in the critical days before the dive.  But Herbert Nitsch, known as “The Deepest Man on Earth” for the 32 world records in free diving he held, tried for yet another and nearly died in the process.  After months of rehabilitation, Nitsch tells Bob Simon in the diver’s first interview since the career-ending dive that he knew then he shouldn’t have dived that day.  Nitsch’s story, including the first footage of his fateful dive, will be told on the next edition of 60 MINUTES SPORTS, premiering Wed. March 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

Asked by Simon what went wrong, Nitsch replies, “Well, everything that can go wrong.  It started way early… even before going to Athens and to Santorini,” he recalls.  But there were many people on his support team and a sponsor involved, the media was there – all gathered off the Greek island in the Aegean Sea to witness his record-breaking attempt. He would ride a sled down to 800 feet on one breath of air and shoot back to the surface, going 100 feet further than he’d ever gone before.  As he told Simon at the time of the dive, “The pressure of the whole event is a lot bigger than the dive itself.  I think the diving is the easy part.”

Nitsch dove anyway.  “I knew I shouldn’t have done it, but I thought, worst case would be that I won’t make it.  I won’t make the dive or abort the dive, not that I’d have the serious consequences I have now,” he tells Simon.  He passed out on the way up; it was his worst-case scenario, which he had described to Simon before the dive.  Unconscious, he could not exit the speeding sled at the right depth to begin a slower ascent that would prevent the bends, a dangerous condition where nitrogen bubbles in the bloodstream can cause serious injuries, including death.

Nitsch suffered multiple strokes and spent months in hospitals undergoing extensive rehabilitation.  He walks with a limp now, an almost miraculous recovery considering the damage caused by the strokes. Doctors attribute his promising recovery to his peak physical conditioning. And while it is unlikely he will ever dive that deep again, Nitsch believes he will make a full recovery. “I think so. I’m sure,” he tells Simon.

He spoke to Simon before his near-fatal dive and told him what motivated him to break all those records.  “The motivation is to find out where the limit is and to break the limit, you own the limit,” he says.  The limit is like a door you approach, he tells Simon.  “And all of the sudden, it opens…It’s gone.”  Nitsch found his limit 800 feet below the Aegean Sea.

Mayweather Inks Record-Breaking Deal With SHOWTIME®/CBS

showtime-sportsFLOYD “MONEY” MAYWEATHER INKS RECORD-BREAKING DEAL WITH SHOWTIME®/CBS

LAS VEGAS (Feb. 19, 2013) – Undefeated eight-time world champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather, boxing’s pound-for-pound king and the highest paid athlete in the world (Forbes, 2012), has entered into a groundbreaking pay-per-view deal with Showtime Networks Inc. and its parent company, CBS Corporation. Under the new deal, SHOWTIME PPV® will collaborate with CBS Corporation to comprehensively promote Mayweather’s events on the CBS Television Network and via the corporation’s expansive media platforms.

The deal—a unique revenue-sharing arrangement between SHOWTIME PPV and Mayweather—will enable him to fight up to six times over a period of 30 months, with the first mega-event taking place on May 4, 2013, when Mayweather will fight Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero. More details of this upcoming event will be announced shortly.

Mayweather’s new deal is by far the biggest in the sport of boxing (specific financial details are contractually confidential). Mayweather is the PPV king and averages over 1 million PPV buys per event, which is the highest PPV buy average of any boxer in history. At this record-setting PPV performance level, if all six fights contemplated by this deal occur, it will be the richest individual athlete deal in all of sports.

INSIDE THE NFL Season Finale Tonight on SHOWTIME

inside-NFL-showtimeThe Episode Airs Tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME®

NEW YORK (February 6, 2013) – James Brown, Phil Simms, Cris Collinsworth and special guest, former New York Jets lineman, Kris Jenkins give their reactions to Super Bowl XLVII on tonight’s season finale of INSIDE THE NFL.  Plus, see the unique NFL Films highlights featuring players and coaches from both teams who were wired for sound during the game. The episode premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

Immediately following INSIDE THE NFL, 60 MINUTES SPORTS returns at 10 p.m. ET/PT for its second episode on SHOWTIME with a behind-the-scenes look at Super Bowl XLVII, including footage of the NFL Control room when the lights went out, for a segment detailing how organizers pull together the Super Bowl.  Plus, correspondent Armen Keteyian takes viewers inside NFL Films to talk to the Sabol family about the legacy left behind by Steve Sabol.

INSIDE THE NFL, now in its 34th season, is produced by CBS Sports and NFL Films and airs every Wednesday night through the NFL season on SHOWTIME, with multiple replays each week on SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME EXTREME® and availability on SHOWTIME On Demand. The executive producers are Sean McManus, Chairman, CBS Sports; and NFL Films.  Pete Radovich Jr., the Emmy Award-winning Creative Director for CBS Sports, serves as coordinating producer.

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On Wednesday’s “60 Minutes Sports”: NFL Films Founder And Football Hall Of Famer Ed Sabol Says Non-Players Such As Owners And Himself Do Not Belong In The Hall

60-min-showtimeArmen Keteyian Takes Viewers Inside NFL Films to Talk to the Sabol Family

About the Legacy of the Late Steve Sabol

Premieres Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT ON SHOWTIME®

The man who founded NFL Films, whose ground-breaking highlight reels of the game’s greatest plays and the players earned him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, believes he and other non-players do not deserve enshrinement in the Hall.  That’s what “Big” Ed Sabol tells Armen Keteyian on the next 60 MINUTES SPORTS premiering Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

 

60 MINUTES SPORTS immediately follows the season finale of the EMMY Award winning INSIDE THE NFL (9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME), which features NFL Films’ renowned highlights and exclusive on-field audio from Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.

The Sabol interview appears in the 60 MINUTES SPORTS story about the production company he founded with his son, the late Steve Sabol that revolutionized the way television sports are produced.  NFL Films was so integral to the promotion and growth of the NFL, that Sabol was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.  “I didn’t give a damn about the Hall of Fame,” says Sabol of his 2011 honor.  “I don’t think that anybody that didn’t play the game should be in the Hall of Fame…And you got a lot of men in there because of their politics, because they’re owners, they’re in the Hall of Fame,” he tells Keteyian.

The 96-year old patriarch of NFL Films thinks owners are important, just not Hall of Fame material. “What the hell did they do for football?  Supply the money. Very important, but not the Hall of Fame,” says Sabol.

Sabol founded NFL Films in 1960 using skills he discovered using a small movie camera he sent away for in a catalog.  The WWII vet and former Ohio State athlete began filming his family’s everyday life, including son Steve’s football games in the mid-Fifties. That led to Ed bringing his son into a ground-floor business that today is a company with 400 employees located in New Jersey.

Filming the gritty competition on the field and along the sidelines, often orchestrated with dramatic music, Ed and Steve Sabol pioneered sports film production, showing a new medium how to capture the sights and sounds of sports.  When Ed retired 17 years ago, Steve led the organization in new directions.  After Steve died last fall, the Sabol family agreed to talk about his life and legacy for what they say will be the last time.  Keteyian also speaks with Audrey Sabol, Steve’s mother and to Blair Sabol, his sister, to get the inside story of one of the NFL’s most valuable assets.

Also in Wednesday’s NFL-themed program, Keteyian and 60 MINUTES SPORTS cameras had unprecedented access to the Superdome—including the only cameras in the NFL Control room when the lights went out—for a segment detailing how organizers pull together the Super Bowl.  Keteyian’s report illuminates the level of planning and resources it takes to execute an event of this magnitude.  60 MINUTES SPORTS was granted unprecedented access to all the people and events that together build what has come to be America’s biggest party.  As the Super Bowl continues to grow year after year, a supporting cast of over 20,000 people and several years of planning is needed for each NFL season’s ultimate event.  From security to party planners, from broadcasting crews to the people in charge of the big half-time show, each cog is essential to the success of the largest food, drink, sports and entertainment event on earth.  60 MINUTES SPORTS captures it all in a way never seen before.

Go Inside The NFL Control Room At SBXLVII On The Next 60 MINUTES SPORTS On SHOWTIME

“60 MINUTES SPORTS” GETS THE ONLY BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK IN THE NFL CONTROL ROOM AS THE LIGHTS WENT OUT

AT SUPER BOWL XLVII – WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6. ON SHOWTIME®

Preview video of Armen Keteyian appearing on CBS THIS MORNING

When the lights went out at Super Bowl XLVII, 60 MINUTES SPORTS cameras were the only ones to record the reactions inside NFL Control.  Correspondent Armen Keteyian was there as part of an inside look at the big game on the next edition of 60 MINUTES SPORTS premiering Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

Keteyian was in NFL Control – the event’s nerve center high in the Superdome – interviewing the league’s Senior V.P. Events, Frank Supovitz and Director of Strategic Security Jeff Miller, when the lights dimmed.  Cameras on the field recorded players and coaches as they dealt with the delay.

Keteyian’s report illuminates the  level of planning and resources it takes to execute an event of this magnitude.  60 MINUTES SPORTS was granted unprecedented access to all the people and events that together build what has come to be America’s biggest party.  As the Super Bowl continues to grow year after year, a supporting cast of over 20,000 people and several years of planning is needed for each NFL season’s ultimate event.  From security to party planners, from broadcasting crews to the people in charge of the big half-time show, each cog is essential to the success of the largest food, drink, sports and entertainment event on earth.  60 MINUTES SPORTS captures it all in a way never seen before.

INSIDE THE NFL Super Bowl Edition With Guests Matt Birk, Jim Nantz and Jason La Canfora

inside-NFL-showtimeINSIDE THE NFL SUPER BOWL XLVII EDITION FROM CBS SUPER BOWL PARK

AT JACKSON SQUARE

Baltimore Ravens Center Matt Birk, CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz and CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora Stop By the Set

New Episode Airs Tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME®

NEW ORLEANS (January 30, 2013) – Prior to Super Bowl XLVII on CBS, INSIDE THE NFL brings fans on the road to CBS SUPER BOWL PARK AT JACKSON SQUARE with sit-down interviews with Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk, CBS Sports lead NFL play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz and CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.

Also, in a special feature, Peter Schrager details his discussion with three Pro Football Hall of Fame voters.   In a revealing round-table discussion, they talk about the current voting process, this year’s class, and the many criticisms the voters face. Voters USA Today’s Jarrett Bell, Sports Illustrated’s Jim Trotter, and FoxSports.com’s Nancy Gay offer a rare look inside the voting room.

The episode premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

For a behind-the-scenes look inside the production meeting for INSIDE THE NFL from CBS SUPER BOWL PARK AT JACKSON SQUARE:

Host James Brown anchors INSIDE THE NFL on SHOWTIME with All-Pro NFL greats Phil Simms and Cris Collinsworth serving as expert analysts.

INSIDE THE NFL, now in its 34th season, is produced by CBS Sports and NFL Films and airs every Wednesday night through the NFL season on SHOWTIME, with multiple replays each week on SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME EXTREME® and availability on SHOWTIME On Demand. The executive producers are Sean McManus, Chairman, CBS Sports; and NFL Films.  Pete Radovich Jr., the Emmy Award-winning Creative Director for CBS Sports, serves as coordinating producer.

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60 MINTUES SPORTS Episode 2 Announcement & Video

60-min-showtimeTHE REAL X’S AND O’S OF THE SUPER BOWL: GET THE ULTIMATE

BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK AT WHAT IT TAKES TO PULL OFF THE

WORLD’S BIGGEST SINGLE-GAME SPORTING EVENT ON THE NEXT “60 MINUTES SPORTS” ON SHOWTIME, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6

Plus, Armen Keteyian Takes Viewers Inside NFL Films to Talk to the Sabol Family About the Legacy and Void Left Behind By Steve Sabol

Every year over 100 million people watch the biggest sporting event in the country, perhaps the biggest single-game event in the world, Super Bowl.   Some people tune in to see the year’s best National Football League teams compete for the coveted Lombardi Trophy, while others count down the minutes until the highly anticipated half-time show – this year, Beyoncé. On the next 60 MINUTES SPORTS, premiering Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, SHOWTIME will offer the chance to witness how much planning and resources it takes to execute an event of this magnitude.  60 MINUTES SPORTS correspondent Armen Keteyian has been granted unprecedented access to the city, the broadcast team and the NFL’s man in charge for a behind-the-scenes feature from New Orleans and this year’s SUPER BOWL XLVII.

Central to this special segment will be 60 MINUTES SPORTS cameras in the CBS Sports remote satellite truck – the big broadcast’s nerve center where cameras have never been   – putting viewers alongside the producer and director as they determine what 100 million viewers will see.

As the Super Bowl continues to grow year after year, a supporting cast of over 20,000 people and several years of planning is needed for each NFL season’s ultimate event.  From security to party planners, from broadcasting crews to make-up artists, each cog is essential to the success of the largest food, drink, sports and entertainment event on earth.  The man the NFL depends on to pull it all off is Frank Supovitz, senior vice president of Events.

“We’ll use about 30,000 or more hotel rooms in any given Super Bowl,” says Supovitz.  “We issue about 20,000 credentials during game week.  Every one of those undergoes an F.B.I. background check.”  Cameras will be with him and NFL Director of Strategic Security Jeff Miller in their Superdome perch as they monitor the event.

Cameras will also follow CBS Sports Lead Play-by-Play Announcer Jim Nantz as he goes onto the field for the presentation of the NFL’s Lombardi Trophy.

The NFL lost one of its pioneers last year when NFL Films’ Steve Sabol passed away at the age of 69.  Sabol revolutionized the way that football was watched with spectacular cinematography of the game’s great plays set to dramatic music. Keteyian reports on the Sabol family in Wednesday’s program, as NFL Films finds itself without a Sabol leading the way for the first time in its history.  Keteyian gets the story on the legendary production house from Ed Sabol, Steve’s father and co-founder of NFL Films.  He also speaks with Steve’s mother and his sister, who share the ins and outs of NFL Films, for what they say will be the last time.

Showtime To Air New Episodes Of ‘Jim Rome On Showtime’ Beginning Wednesday, March 13th At 9:00 P.M. ET/PT

rome-showtimeMORE ROME IN 2013

SHOWTIME® TO AIR NEW EPISODES OF

“JIM ROME ON SHOWTIME” BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13th at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT

Series To Run Wednesday Nights Once A Month Through 2013

LOS ANGELES (January 25, 2013) – SHOWTIME will air new episodes of its acclaimed sports talk series JIM ROME ON SHOWTIME beginning on Wednesday, March 13th at 9 p.m. ET/PT.  The show, which will tape in front of a live studio audience, will air once a month on Wednesday nights throughout 2013.

Starting in March, SHOWTIME plans to run episodes of “60 MINUTES SPORTS” and “JIM ROME ON SHOWTIME” in the 9 p.m. ET/PT time slot on the first and second Wednesday nights respectively of each month throughout 2013.  Currently, “60 MINUTES SPORTS” airs at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Wednesday nights.  Season one consisted of six, one-hour weekly episodes that premiered on Wednesday nights, with the final episode airing on December 26.

Hosted by outspoken sports talk broadcaster Jim Rome, the first season of the one-hour series premiered on November 21, 2012, and featured some the biggest names in sports and entertainment including Kobe Bryant, Aaron Rodgers, Mike Tyson, Matthew Perry, Chris Paul, Lil Wayne, James Carville, Mike Krzyzewski, and Arian Foster.

Last year, Rome signed a multi-year deal with CBS to contribute across multiple CBS Corporation platforms.  The partnership paved the way for ROME, a half-hour daily show airing on the CBS Sports Network, and The Jim Rome Show broadcast on CBS Sports Radio weekdays at Noon ET.

Previously, Rome served as host of “Jim Rome is Burning” on ESPN, as well as “The Last Word with Jim Rome,” televised nightly on Fox Sports Net.  Rome began his radio career at KTMS, Santa Barbara as the “$5 dollar-an-hour” traffic reporter and covered UC Santa Barbara’s sports. He left KTMS for San Diego’s all-sports station, XTRA Sports 690.  Rome continues to host a highly-successful daily, live sports radio show from Southern California.

JIM ROME ON SHOWTIME will be produced by GENERATE ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

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New York Jets May Trade Darrelle Revis, Says CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora On Inside The NFL on Showtime®

inside-NFL-showtimeNEW YORK JETS MAY TRADE DARRELLE REVIS,

SAYS CBS SPORTS NFL INSIDER 

JASON LA CANFORA ON TONIGHT’S EPISODE OF 

INSIDE THE NFL ON SHOWTIME®

Also, Three-Time Super Bowl Champion Richard Seymour Shares His Thoughts On The Patriots’ Change In Culture and Cris Collinsworth On The Fate Of The Pro Bowl

New Episode Airs Tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME

NEW YORK (January 23, 2013) – CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora joins James Brown, Phil Simms and Cris Collinsworth on tonight’s episode of INSIDE THE NFL to discuss the possibility of Darrelle Revis being traded by the New York Jets.

Also on tonight’s show, three-time Super Bowl Champion Richard Seymour gives his take on the current culture in the New England Patriots organization and Collinsworth shares his conversation with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on the future of the Pro Bowl.

The episode premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

INSIDE THE NFL on SHOWTIME travels to New Orleans, La., next week for coverage of Super Bowl XLVII.   The episode will tape from the CBS SUPER BOWL PARK AT JACKSON SQUARE in the heart of the historic French Quarter and will air in its usual time slot, Wednesday, January 30 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

Host James Brown anchors INSIDE THE NFL on SHOWTIME with All-Pro NFL greats Phil Simms and Cris Collinworth serving as expert analysts. INSIDE THE NFL, now in its 34th season, is produced by CBS Sports and NFL Films and airs every Wednesday night through the NFL season on SHOWTIME, with multiple replays each week on SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME EXTREME® and availability on SHOWTIME On Demand. The executive producers are Sean McManus, Chairman, CBS Sports; and NFL Films.  Pete Radovich Jr., the Emmy Award-winning Creative Director for CBS Sports, serves as coordinating producer.

Following are excerpts from this week’s episode:

On Darrelle Revis…

LA CANFORA:  I’ve talked to some people today who say that Woody Johnson is very interested in trading Darrelle Revis. Now, you look at the Jets.  They’re in transition. A new general manager in John Idzik.  One of his first courses of action may be trying to find out what he can get for Darrelle Revis.  He’s set to make $6 million this year.  But then, after the season, he can’t be franchised after 2013.  They don’t think they’re going to have the wherewithal to keep him off the open market.  So, if you’re going to get any value for him, you need to find out what he’s worth now.

On the New England Patriots culture….

SEYMOUR: Overall when you look at New England, there has been a fundamental change in their culture in my opinion. When you look back at those Super Bowl wins, when you look back at ’01, when we beat the “Greatest Show on Turf,” you look at how we won in ’03 and ’04, I mean we had running backs.   A lot of people don’t remember Antowain Smith.  We had a guy named Corey Dillon.  Now, all you hear about are Wes Welker, Randy Moss.

On the Pro Bowl…

COLLINSWORTH: I think this is it for the Pro Bowl. They either come out and play like it’s a football game, is basically what the Commissioner told me, or it’s going to be over with.  Because what happened last year with this game and the way they played it, he said, ‘That’s not football. We’re not going down that road.’  So, we’re going to see at the Pro Bowl this year.

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Notes & Quotes: Bart Scott Speaks Out On Inside The NFL on SHOWTIME

inside-NFL-showtimeScott Helps the Cast Break Down This Week’s Conference Championship Match Ups and Speaks Candidly of the New York Sports Media & The New York Jets Locker Room

Episode Premieres Tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME®

 

NEW YORK (January 16, 2013) – On this week’s episode of INSIDE THE NFL, New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott joins James Brown, Phil Simms and Cris Collinsworth on the set to break down the Divisional Playoff games and look ahead to this weekend’s AFC and NFC Conference Championships.The episode premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

For the first time since his attempted media boycott, Scott speaks candidly of the New York area media coverage and the perceived chaos inside the New York Jets organization.  Plus, the INSIDE THE NFL cast discusses Peyton Manning’s legacy and NFL Films captures Baltimore Ravens’ linebacker Terrell Suggs taunting the Denver faithful.

 

From The Highlights:

Highlights from the Ravens at Broncos game reveal Suggs, who was wired for sound, teasing the Denver fans from the sidelines saying, “Don’t you all wish at a time like this that you had Tebow?  What happened to Tebow Mania?” 

Additional excerpts from this week are below.

INSIDE THE NFL, now in its 34th season, airs every Wednesday night through the NFL season on SHOWTIME, with multiple replays each week on SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME EXTREME® and availability on SHOWTIME On Demand.                          

INSIDE THE NFL is produced by CBS Sports and NFL Films. The executive producers are Sean McManus, Chairman, CBS Sports; and NFL Films.  Pete Radovich Jr., the Emmy Award-winning Creative Director for CBS Sports, serves as coordinating producer.

 

Discussing Peyton Manning’s legacy following his record-tying 11th playoff loss.

SCOTT:  “His legacy is stamped… To come back from the type of injury that he had and elevate this team… to the best record in the NFL is amazing. He is definitely the greatest quarterback of my generation.

Tom Brady’s had a greater supporting cast… When Peyton was in Indianapolis, he was a one-man show.   He showed his value last year—when he wasn’t there—how that team went from a perennial playoff team to only winning two games.”

Regarding his attempted media boycott vs. the New York press.

SCOTT: “I didn’t like the personal attacks.  A quick example now is the media following Rex (Ryan, Jets head coach) down to the Bahamas. I mean, who does that?…   I can’t imagine them going out and catching (New York Giants head coach) Tom Coughlin laid out…and following him… We are in the same town but we are covered differently (than the Giants).

“With that whole anonymous source, out of the four years I’ve been there, only one reporter, and I won’t mention his name,…only one reporter has ever had an anonymous source… I always thought that that anonymous source was a figment of his imagination.  In the New York media, everybody comes to the New York media because it’s the biggest media in the world and everybody’s striving to be somebody else… I think he was trying to be Adam Schefter or trying to be Jay Glazer, trying to elevate himself to try to get a job. 

 Regarding the unstability in the locker room.

SCOTT:  You can ask Tim Tebow. You can ask anybody in there. We were together. There was never any complaining… guys worked hard.  You know what the problem was with the New York Jets this year?  We didn’t have enough quality players to win. Simple as that.

 

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