Perhaps none was more poignant than the remembrance from Scott's old co-anchor Rich Eisen, who now works for the NFL Network. Fighting back tears, he said, "I loved this man. I still love this man. The fact that he has passed away is absolutely mind-boggling and a travesty. He battled cancer as bravely as anybody else."
Here are some tweets from the Chargers and players (past and present):
Bolts remember Scott
Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with Stuart Scott's family and friends. #RIPStuartScott - San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) January 4, 2015
Want to pass along my condolences to Stuart Scott's family. He was an amazing person and always nice to me. He will be missed! Rest in Peace - Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) January 5, 2015
RIP Stuart Scott. Gone way too soon. You defined what a leader, trend setter, and fighter were meant to be. Prayers up. - Corey Liuget (@CoreyLiuget) January 4, 2015
Remember every day is a blessing! #RIPStuartScott - Larry English (@LarryEnglish57) January 4, 2015
#RIPStuartScott pic.twitter.com/8nTeppxAI6 - LaDainian Tomlinson (@LT_21) January 4, 2015