The Eagles have signed offensive lineman Jake Scott to the 53 man roster, inking the veteran to a one-year deal.
Scott played for Howard Mudd from from 2004-2007.
Here is more information on Scott:
The 31-year-old Scott has started 121 career regular season games and nine postseason contests with the Indianapolis Colts (2004-07) and Tennessee Titans (2008-11) during his career. He started all 16 games in each of the last seven years. He has the ability to play both guard positions and even started three games at right tackle during his career. While with the Colts, Scott (6-5, 292) lined up for Eagles offensive line coach Howard Mudd and helped the club earn a Super Bowl championship in 2006. He signed with Tennessee as an unrestricted free agent on March 10, 2008.
To make room for Scott, the Eagles released Julian Vandervelde.
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