PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Luke Scott reported to camp on Sunday feeling good about his conditioning and his prospects for the season.
Scott was not in top form last season, due to his recovery from right-shoulder surgery. In deference to the previous offseason, Scott was able to take part in his normal workouts -- minus the precautionary measures. That has allowed him to add some quality weight, while injecting some enthusiasm into his feelings about the coming year.
Included in Scott's offseason regimen was wood chopping and bow shooting. Not only did the bow shooting allow him to add overall strength to different body parts, but there was an added benefit.
"There's definitely some meat in the freezer," Scott said. "I definitely put that bow to use and harvested some of God's furry little creatures."