Scott, who is from southern Virginia, played in college…

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Scott, who is from southern Virginia, played in college basketball for Virginia and wore a Redskins jersey to the game, acknowledged he has to be the bigger person, but, “as far as sympathy for them, I don’t feel any for the individuals.” He said he doesn’t have animosity toward all Eagles fans. “Those guys don’t represent everyone. I’m not stupid, that doesn’t represent everyone. I still had a ball. Still had fun. Still took pictures with fans, throwing balls in the parking lot and enjoyed the game,” he said.
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