|Date of birth:||September 26, 1894|
|Place of birth:||Dewey, Wisconsin, United States|
|Date of death:||August 16, 1936(aged 41)|
|Place of death:||Billings, Montana, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|1926-1927||New York Yankees|
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Ralph Vernon Scott (September 26, 1894 – August 16, 1936) was a professional football player in the first American Football League and the National Football League for the Chicago Staleys-Bears and the New York Yankees. Scott was a member of the 1921 Chicago Staleys APFA Championship team. In 1926 C. C. Pyle, began the AFL after a dispute with the NFL over the terms of granting himself a league franchise in New York City. Pyle eventually hired Scott as a player-coach the Yankees for an undisclosed amount of money.
Prior to playing professionally, Scott played college football at the University of Wisconsin. In 1920 Scott helped the Badgers to a 6-1 record. That year he was selected to the all-Big Ten Conference team and was an all-American Walter Camp selection. Scott was best remembered for his blocking ability.
- Oldest Living Pro Football Players - Ralph V. Scott
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