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Cleveland Browns sign DB Tim Scott to practice squad
The Cleveland Browns on Tuesday signed defensive back Tim Scott to the practice squad. Scott, 5-11, 195-pound rookie, started 45 of 50 career games at...

Tim Scott Signed to Dallas Cowboys Practice Squad
The Dallas Cowboys activated LB Mark Nzeocha (Wyoming) from Reserve/NFI on Wednesday. The club also signed free agent RB Robert Turbin (Utah State) and signed...

Tim Scott signed to Dallas Cowboys' practice squad
Colonial Forge graduate and UNC standout Tim Scott has been added to the Dallas Cowboys’ practice squad. Scott, listed as a safety, signed with the...

Yates, Scott, Taylor waived as NFL teams trim rosters
Former Tar Heels T.J. Yates (quarterback, Atlanta Falcons), Tim Scott (defensive back, Dallas Cowboys), and Ryan Taylor (tight end, Kansas City Chiefs) were waived by...

2015 Football Preview: Secondary
UNC has plenty of experience in the secondary with just one newcomer listed in the preseason depth chart in the form of strong safety J.K...

With Coverage Versatility, Tim Scott Hopes To Earn Roster Spot
As with any rookie free agent, Tim Scott’s best chance to make the Cowboys or their practice squad will be his drive and production on...

Tim Scott, Jack Tabb Sign NFL Free Agent Deals
North Carolina's Tim Scott and Jack Tabb signed free agent contracts following the completion of the 2015 NFL Draft this weekend. Scott, a three-year starter...

Tim Scott Signs with Dallas Cowboys
Defensive back Tim Scott had hoped to be an NFL late-round draft pick after starting for four seasons at UNC, but was not among the...

Tim Scott to NFL drafting teams: Look past UNC's defensive scheme
When Tim Scott committed to play football at UNC the Tar Heels were employing a traditional 4–3 defense. But in Scott’s sophomore year, the Tar...

Tim Scott impresses at UNC Pro Day
For the past three months, former North Carolina football player Tim Scott has been in Mississippi training, anxiously waiting to wow NFL scouts at UNC’s...

Landon Turner, UNC focusing on beating Rutgers
It’s Christmastime, final exams at UNC Chapel Hill are in the grade books. The only thing North Carolina’s football players have to worry about is...

Tar Heels go bowling with ex-teammate Eric Ebron
Marquise Williams couldn't wait to see his friend again once UNC's plane flew into Detroit. The Tar Heels' quarterback eagerly awaited a night of festivities...

UNC Going Bowling
It’s Christmastime, final exams at UNC are in the grade books. The only thing Carolina’s football players have to worry about is securing a winning...

This is it for UNC’s Scott, seniors
Friday yielded another signature moment within the athletics department at UNC. Safety Tim Scott has intercepted his bachelor's degree, graduating during winter commencement exercises earlier...

Video: Thursday Football Post-Practice Interviews
Larry Fedora and Tim Scott talk after practice about game planning for the Quick Lane Bowl, the Rutgers offense, and the changes in the defensive...

Fedora open to scrapping 4-2-5 scheme for more traditional defensive alignment
While Larry Fedora said that the Tar Heels will stick with their same basic defense against Rutgers, he added that it was possible Dan Disch...

Marquise Williams leads UNC to 45-20 rout of No. 25 Duke
Marquise Williams threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more, and North Carolina beat No. 25 Duke 45-20 on Thursday night. Williams was 18...

Video: Tim Scott "Scoop and Score" vs Duke
North Carolina safety Tim Scott picks up the fumble and returns it to the house after Nazair Jones sacks the Duke quarterback on November 20,...

Tar Heels used to drama, seek bowl
It’s been two years since UNC players have rung the Victory Bell signifying a win over Duke. UNC senior safety Tim Scott said UNC needs...

Motivated Tar Heels Ready For Duke Challenge
The North Carolina football team isn’t lacking motivation for its game against Duke on Thursday. There is a lot riding on this game for the...

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