ATHENS -- Former Georgia and NFL offensive lineman Scott Adams has died. He was 46.<br />
Georgia reported that Adams died Monday in Oconee County near Athens. The cause of death was not disclosed.<br />
Adams, born in Lake City, Fla., played for Georgia from 1985-88. He was a second-team All-Southeastern Conference selection in 1988 and was named an All-America honorable mention by The Associated Press.<br />
Adams played six seasons in the NFL. He began his career as an offensive guard with Minnesota in 1992. He started a career-high nine games in 1993 with the Vikings. Adams also played for New Orleans, Chicago, Tampa Bay and Atlanta.<br />
Georgia says funeral arrangements have not been finalized.
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