Current radio and television analyst for the New England Patriots; retired NFL quarterback
Scott Zolak joined the New England Patriots in 1991 as a fourth-round pick out of the University of Maryland. During his days as a quarterback at Maryland, he was a captain for the Terrapins and would take this mentality to the NFL when he joined the Patriots. From 1991 to 1998 Zolak was a solid backup that showcased both arm strength and accuracy when he was called upon to perform on football’s greatest stage. Despite seeing limited time, he was always prepared to come in and lead his team to victory. In 1999 he saw time with both the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins before retiring and pursuing a career in sports broadcasting.
He got his start as a football analyst for the CBS College Sports Network and has since become one of the top reporters on the New England Sports Network, providing analysis and commentary on all things sports in the New England area.
In 2012 Zolak rejoined the Patriots organization serving as the color commentator on their radio broadcasts. He is also the host of the hit sport radio show Zolak and Bertrand on 98.5 the Sports Hub. Scott still uses the same leadership principles he learned as a college captain which served him as an NFL starting quarterback and beyond.