JOHN CLAYTON RUMORS & GOSSIP

John Clayton: Late Seahawks great Cortez Kennedy was a trendsetter who always left you with a smile

As an NFL beat reporter, it’s fascinating how you develop relationships with players. This comes to mind with the stunning news that Cortez Kennedy passed away Tuesday at the age of 48. I can’t remember exactly when Kennedy and I developed a dialogue when we would call each other Big Dog. I would go to Kennedy’s locker room and say, “Hey, Big Dog.” He would chime back,...
Via 710 ESPN Seattle
2 days ago

Clayton: Do Seahawks favor Russell Wilson? Just as much as any team with a star quarterback

After what was a relatively quiet week for the Seahawks, let’s take a little bit of time to reflect on a few topics. Do the Seahawks favor Russell Wilson over other players? The first thought concerns recently written and potential forthcoming stories about players saying Russell Wilson has been getting special treatment from the front office. Hall of Famer Warren Moon was on the...
Via 710 ESPN Seattle
6 days ago

Report: ‘Growing concerns’ over lack of extension for Pete Carroll, John Schneider

The Seattle Seahawks have yet to lock up their braintrust to long-term extensions, and while there is no real panic, there is some concern about that. John Clayton of 710 ESPN in Seattle indicated that there is an increased sense of urgency for the Seahawks to lock up coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider long-term. Carroll’s contract runs through 2016, and there...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Richard Sherman wants to stop using taxpayer money on stadiums

Richard Sherman has an opinion that probably will not go over well with NFL owners — or owners of other sports for that matter. But it’s one rooted in logic and reason. Sherman was a guest on John Clayton’s new radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle Monday, and they joked about Clayton supporting the Seahawks CB for president. As part of his make believe campaign, Sherman said one...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 08, 2016  |  Discuss

ESPN’s John Clayton has Browns among most regressed NFL teams for 2016

The Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers, and the Cleveland Browns are grouped together by ESPN’s John Clayton for 2016. Two of those teams were the Superbowl participants from last season, and the other team is the Browns. But, Clayton believes each of these teams are worse off than they were a season ago. While Panther and Bronco fans are apt to expect other teams to have pilfered...
Via Waiting For Next Year
May 13, 2016  |  Discuss

John Clayton did a SportsCenter hit in a Slayer t-shirt

We love the John Clayton This is SportsCenter commercial where he’s chilling at his mom’s house eating Chinese food while wearing a Slayer t-shirt. On Tuesday night’s SportsCenter, Clayton showed up for a segment on SportsCenter…in a Slayer t-shirt. Of course, he ended up talking about Russell Westbrook in his segment, so let’s not get too excited here. Now, if we can...
Via Awful Announcing
January 20, 2016  |  Discuss

John Clayton rocks Slayer shirt on ‘SportsCenter’ (vid)

It probably was only a matter of time and confluence of circumstances lining up just right, but ESPN NFL analyst John Clayton finally rocked a Slayer shirt — a sleeveless one, no less — during a Tuesday appearance on “SportsCenter.” A confluence of events spawned by Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Russell Westbrook sporting a shirt celebrating the legendary metal band (as...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
January 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Video: John Clayton Calls Steelers Offense One Of The Most Dangerous In Football

In the latest edition of “Inside the Huddle”, ESPN’s John Clayton explains why he thinks the Pittsburgh Steelers offense will be one of most dangerous in league in 2015. While I’m not going to argue with Clayton’s overall message in the video, it cracks me up that he begins it by saying the relationship between […] Video: John Clayton Calls Steelers Offense One Of The...
Via Steelers Depot
May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Le’Veon Bell likely to be suspended for first two games

ESPN’s John Clayton is reporting that Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell is expected to be suspended for the first two games of the season. Bell was arrested in August for marijuana possession and DUI and this past Friday he finally settled those issues. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, as a result of these charges, Bell has entered an Accelerated Rehabilitative...
Via This Given Sunday
February 12, 2015  |  Discuss

ESPN’s John Clayton likes the 2014 Rams’ Super Bowl chances

The headline pretty much says it all on this one. I try to stay pretty objective regarding the Rams because of my duties here at cover32 Rams, but even with my most intense blue and gold blinders on, I don’t think I could pick the Rams as one of the eight most likely teams to make the Super Bowl next year. But that’s what John Clayton wrote. Rams coach Jeff Fisher has the youngest...
Via cover32 - Rams
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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