Found December 14, 2011 on Busted Coverage:

So ESPN decided tonight was a good night to throw football guru John Clayton onto a set for the ‘NFL Insiders.’ There we were drinking in a West Village bar when all of a sudden Clayton was being shown from the profile view. A pair of balls hanging from his chin and that skullet just rocking harder than a soccer mom at a Taylor Swift concert. Clayton was sporting what the kids call a ‘skullet’ these days. The bald look with the full neck hair. It’s for the man who’s in denial. Let’s get rolling!

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