Scott Wells (born January 17, 1981 in Spring Hill, Tennessee) is the starting center for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). Drafted by the Packers in 2004, Wells has been the starting center since 2006, only missing game during the span.
Wells played college football at the University of Tennessee. While playing at Tennessee from 2000-2003, he was a four-year letter winner.
Green Bay PackersEdit
Wells was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the seventh round, pick 251 of the 2004 NFL Draft.
On September 5, 2004 Wells was waived by the Green Bay Packers but was signed to their practice squad two-days later on the 7th.
On October 2, 2004 he was promoted to the active roster when Mike Flanagan was put on injured reserve.
Wells saw his first NFL regular season playing time on special teams on November 21, 2004 against the Houston Texans. He was named the starting center in the spring of 2006, and he has held that position since, only missing one game due to an eye injury.
In November 2006, Wells was given a 5 year, $15 million contract extension.