Jake Scott, former Miami Dolphins star and Super Bowl MVP, dies at 75

Jake Scott, the ball-hawking safety who was MVP of the Super Bowl that capped the 1972 Miami Dolphins’ perfect season and later was jettisoned after multiple disagreements with coach Don Shula, died on Thursday in Atlanta. He was 75.Scott, who was born in Greenwood, South Carolina, and lived primarily in Hawaii since 1982, was visiting friends in Georgia and had been hospitalized after injuring his head in a fall about a week ago, former teammate Dick Anderson said.“He was a great teammate and a great player,” said Anderson, who owned a Colorado ranch with Scott during parts of the five years …

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