Lancaster native and former Penn State safety Nick Scott entered the NFL an underdog as a seventh-round pick of the Los Angeles Rams back in 2019.
That didn’t stop him from grinding, working and, on Friday, cashing in.
According to multiple reports, Scott agreed to a three-year, $12 million deal with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Scott first found his way with the Rams as a special teams standout, but he moved into the starting lineup last season and was in on 86 tackles with two interceptions, five passes defensed and two forced fumbles. For his career, he has 158 tackles and four interceptions.
He was a member of the Rams Super Bow LVI championship team.
After his signing was announced Friday, Scott tweeted, “WHO DEY!”
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