Scott Fujita

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FOX Football Daily Analyst

Drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2002, Scott Fujita played for four teams throughout his 11-year career (Chiefs, Cowboys, Saints and Browns). He was captain of the Saints defense during the 2007 season and in 2009 and helped lead the franchise to its first-ever world championship in Super Bowl XLIV. After a stint with the Browns, he retired last April 2013 after signing a one-day contract with the Saints. He has served on the NFLPA Executive Committee as a Vice President since 2010 and sits on the board of Directors for Team Gleason, an organization that seeks to improve the lives of patients living with ALS.


LATEST FROM Scott Fujita

  • Getting behind childhood cancer fight
    September 26, 2013, 3:33 PM EDT
    The FOX Football Daily analyst is leading the charge to fight against childhood cancer. The impetus for his drive comes from two special children who have left an indelible impact on him.
  • Inside the art of the Browns' deal
    September 20, 2013, 10:49 AM EDT
    What kind of message does the Trent Richardson trade send to the Browns' fan base? Is this just another example of perpetual commitment to rebuilding in the city of Cleveland?
  • How the NFL became a passing league
    September 12, 2013, 7:51 PM EDT
    Former NFL linebacker Scott Fujita breaks down how teams became able to air it out with near impunity.
  • Not hard to be a Saint in this city
    September 06, 2013, 1:39 AM EDT
    Scott Fujita explains about how a visit to Hurricane Katrina-ravaged New Orleans wound up making him feel he had to be a Saint as the city recovered.
  • Emotional infancy defines NFL cut day
    August 30, 2013, 12:32 PM EDT
    Even for a guy who was never cut, the day final roster reductions are made can be a brutal experience in an NFL locker room. What's it like to watch a teammate get sent home?