To me, Scott makes the most sense. The 30-year-old has proven durable, having started every game for seven straight seasons. He's also versatile, capable of playing at least three positions on the line. A former member of the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts, he's protected for both Peyton Manning and Chris Johnson. He's not overly big at 6-5, 292 pounds but he has above-average quickness and agility for a guard and would fit in well with the Ravens zone schemes. The Ravens have spoken a couple of times with Scott's agent, Ken Staninger, and there is certainly mutual interest. But Scott has already been on visits to San Francisco and Miami, and he is believed to be looking for more money than the Ravens currently have available.
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