Jets' Bart Scott Weighs In On Giants' Hazing Prince Amukamara

New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott doesn't seen anything wrong with what the New York Giants did to Prince Amukamara in its cold tub video posted earlier this week. That's what he told 98.7 ESPN New York's Michael Kay Show Tuesday when he was asked about the controversial video, which featured the corner back being dropped into a ice bath by teammate Jason Pierre-Paul.

"Come on, he’s a rookie," Scott said to Stephen A. Smith, who was filling in for Kay. "He is going to get hazed."

According to Scott, the biggest problem with the video was it being posted on the Internet and not kept in-house.

"There’s no reason that that should ever be aired," said Scott. "That’s in the room, locker room stuff. Stuff that goes on within sports. Certain things other people can’t understand. You can’t try to explain it because you just sound stupid trying to explain it.

"What I am saying is that’s football stuff. It happens all over."

(H/T to Sports Radio Interviews)

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