He did not play in 1991, but started four games in 1992 and had his most productive season statistically. He played in eight games, completing 33 of 69 passes for 407 yards and two touchdowns. Zolak also contributes to "Patriots All Access", part of the New England Patriots' website. , After leaving the Patriots, Zolak was signed to a one-year contract by the New York Jets. ", At the start of the 1992 season, Zolak also looked unlikely to appear, being behind Hodson and Millen on the depth chart.  On October 1, 1995, Zolak took the field against the Atlanta Falcons, and completed 24 of 45 passes for 252 yards and a touchdown, though the Patriots lost the game, 30–17. They signed Scott Secules, and attempted to sign Steve Beuerlein, but the latter deal did not happen. Sell, Dave (August 12, 1988). In September 2010, the United Football League announced that Zolak would do color commentary during live games on the New England Sports Network. Sell, Dave (March 23, 1988).
 He became a restricted free agent in the offseason, but re-signed with the Patriots for three years.  Prior to the 2013 NFL season, Santos retired and was replaced by Bob Socci.  Zolak finished the season with his most productive totals since 1992. Price, Terry (November 10, 1992).
"Farewell Finale".  However, to remain with the Patriots, Zolak took a $250,000 pay cut to work around the salary cap.
After retirement, Zolak became a co-host of a morning sports radio talk show on Rhode Island sportstalk station "The Score" (WSKO/790 & WSKO-FM/99.7) until the show was canceled in 2008.
, Zolak was again the backup behind O'Donnell in 1989.
Sell, Dave (September 18, 1988).
This is a featured article. Former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak chimed in on the MIAA’s proceedings on the radio on Tuesday. , During a game versus the New Orleans Saints on October 13, 2013, Zolak's unbridled reaction to a comeback game-winning Patriots touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Kenbrell Thompkins alongside play-by-play announcer and broadcast partner Socci went viral. Caesar, Dan (December 14, 1992). American Football Database is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. I couldn't have done it without the other 10 guys. A graduate of Ringgold High School and the University of Maryland, Zolak was selected 84th in the 1991 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. Finn, Chad (August 7, 2009).
 In September 2010, the United Football League announced that Zolak would do color commentary during live games on the New England Sports Network. , American football quarterback, broadcaster. "Zolak Signs A 1-Year Deal As Backup Quarterback With Jets".  He and Socci were the Patriots' radio broadcasting team for the team's fourth and fifth Super Bowl wins in Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl LI.  He was later made the backup behind Huard, and made his only appearance of the season on November 21, failing to complete a pass in four attempts against the Patriots.
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The official source for NFL news, video highlights, fantasy football, game-day coverage, schedules, stats, scores and more. He saw playing time in three games during the first three months of the season in relief of Bledsoe.  When Zolak attended Ringgold High School himself, he was the team's starting quarterback and punter, and lettered four times.  By the end of the season, as Maryland was preparing to face Louisiana Tech in the 1990 Independence Bowl, he had thrown 225 completed passes in 418 attempts for 2,589 yards and 10 touchdowns.
 As the regular season came and went, however, he had minimal playing time.
 Although Bledsoe's doctors wanted him to sit out another week, he refused and played the next week's game against the Denver Broncos. Scott Zolak upon winning AFC player of the week honors. And that means a lot of people want to hear what Zolak knows.
He completed 20 of 29 passes for 261 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in the Patriots' first win of the season, 37–34.
 Despite the retirement of Dan Marino, the Dolphins cut Zolak in May 2000. For the 2008 NFL season, Zolak joined WCVB (ABC Boston) as the station's Patriots analyst and also appeared on "SportsCenter 5 OT" on Sundays with Mike Lynch. He is an actor, known for Wicked Bites (2013), The NFL on NBC (1965) and The NFL on CBS (1956).  In April, Millen was traded to the Dallas Cowboys, and the Patriots chose Drew Bledsoe with the first pick in the 1993 NFL Draft.
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 The next week, Zolak led his team to their second victory of the season against the New York Jets.  Zolak also contributes to "Patriots All Access", part of the New England Patriots' website.  In his first start as a senior, Zolak completed a school record 28 passes in 46 attempts for 303 yards and two touchdowns, including a 51-yard pass to Gene Thomas with 61 seconds left that gave Maryland the win against Virginia Tech, 20–13. , Zolak resides in Massachusetts with his wife Amy and his three children (Hadley, Samantha, and Brody).  Zolak finished the season with 52 pass completions in 100 attempts, 561 yards, two touchdowns, four interceptions, and a quarterback rating of 58.8.  Upon drafting him, Patriots Vice President of Player Operations Joe Mendes agreed that his size and arm would translate to the NFL, and he was not worried about any accuracy issues.  He appeared in four games for Maryland that season. Over the course of the season, he completed five of eight passes for 28 yards in the two games in which he saw time at quarterback.
 With Vinny Testaverde considered the starter, Zolak was competing against Ray Lucas for a backup job. Played college football at the University of Maryland. Cafardo, Nick (December 29, 1998).  As a result of his football performance, he was invited to participate in the Big 33 Football Classic, which featured the top high school football players in Pennsylvania. "Patriots give up on Millen". He completed 21 of 44 passes as the Jaguars eliminated the Patriots from playoff contention in a 25–10 loss.
"Surprising Chargers Next Test For Klingler". He is an actor, known for Wicked Bites (2013), The NFL on NBC (1965) and The NFL on CBS (1956).
They also gave Hugh Millen permission to seek a trade.
 In October, Zolak was signed to a one-year deal by the Miami Dolphins to serve as the backup quarterback behind Damon Huard and Jim Druckenmiller.
After his retirement, he became a sportscaster and football analyst in the New England area. Join Scott Zolak his family and friends on the Walk to Cure Diabetes to fund a cure for his daughter Samantha's juvenile diabetes.
Scott Zolak was born as Scott David Zolak. Relieving Hodson, he completed five of nine passes and threw an interception as the Patriots lost, 31–14.
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 As his junior year began, in the summer of 1988, offensive coordinator Bob Valesente said that Zolak was making tremendous strides as a quarterback, but O'Donnell was the starting quarterback that year. While he appeared set to keep his backup job heading into training camp, he faced tough […] Zolak resides in Massachusetts with his wife Amy and his three children (Hadley, Samantha, and Brody).
 By the end of his sophomore season, Zolak was challenging O'Donnell for the starting job after Henning graduated.