Training camp is finally almost here. They allow tackling there and everything. Around the League will count down the top 30 position battles to watch throughout the preseason.
• "It was a football version of depression," Scott told the New York Post about last season. "It wasn't joyful coming to work every day."
Scott is essentially a two-down player now. He can't handle covering opposing tight ends. Rookie Demario Davis can. That's a problem for Scott.
• Davis, a third-round pick from Arkansas State, has wowed Jets onlookers and coaches all offseason. He should play for Scott on passing downs. Based on some of the reports, he might be too good to keep off the field as a starter. His talent is strong and his leadership abilities are said to be better.
Projected winner: Ignore the offseason Scott hype. Davis should win this job sooner rather than later.