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Are you ready for an overload of Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark on ESPN this coming week? If not, you better get yourself ready, because Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated is reporting Sunday evening that Clark will be on SportsCenter, NFL Live, NFL32, and ESPN Radio starting on Monday.
According to Deitsch, Clark, who is entering the final year of his contract with Steelers, asked ESPN senior coordinating producer Seth Markman at the Super Bowl in New Orleans, if he could intern for the network over the summer in order to hone his broadcasting skills.
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Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is going to be back on ESPN this week on multiple programs, but this time it is for a long-term reason. Clark is hoping to become an NFL analyst and broadcaster for ESPN after he leaves football. According to Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated Clark approached ESPN senior coordinating producer Seth Markman during Super Bowl week to ask him...
I passed along the word Sunday night that Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark would be all over ESPN this week and on Monday he was a guest analyst on NFL Live.
During the hour long show, Clark was asked if he thought that the Steelers did enough this offseason.
"Well if you look historically at the Steelers, we're not a very active team in free agency, said Clark...
On the Monday episode of NFL Live on ESPN, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark was asked to rank his top five safeties in the league and below are the rankings.
1. Earl Thomas
2. Dashon Goldson
3. Troy Polamalu
4. Eric Weddle
5. Jarius Byrd
Here is what Clark had to say while ranking Troy Polamalu at No. 3.
"This was a decision for me, because here is a guy that I really...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has always been known to be very candid and speak his mind at all times. So when he joined ESPN’s NFL Live and was asked his opinion on the New England Patriots, Clark held nothing back. “I think what’s really underestimated is Wes Welker’s importance to not only the New England [...]
I previously posted that Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark was a guest analyst Monday on NFL Live, and during one segment dedicated to the New England Patriots, Clark was asked to comment on them losing wide receiver Wes Welker via free agency this offseason, and how vulnerable it now makes them offensively as a result. Clark, as expected, was very straight forward in his response...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark took some shots at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and new wide receiver Danny Amendola.
Pittsburgh Steelers’ safety Ryan Clark likes to talk, a lot. We are still months away from the start of the NFL season, and the Steelers don’t even line up against the New England Patriots until week nine, but that isn’t stopping Clark from throwing a few barbs out there in the direction of the AFC East Champs. Clark spoke with ESPN about the midseason matchup, and Clark gave...
Steelers safety Ryan Clark is studying up on how to be an ESPN talking head for a second career when he retires from the NFL in a few years. Naturally, a fundamental part of being an ESPN analyst is saying purposefully provocative things and/or general trolling. To that end, Ryan Clark is already a smashing success, for he was on the air yesterday talking trash about the Patriots...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark was a guest yesterday on ESPN’s NFL Live program, and wasted no time taking shots at a New England Patriots franchise that he feels has lost some luster.
Clark was asked how vulnerable the Patriots are given the loss of Wes Welker to the Denver Broncos. Clark wasted no time in giving his honest assessment of the Patriots, in what seemed...
Maybe Ryan Clark will be proven right. It is a difficult task to replace the production Wes Welker has given the New England Patriots over the past six seasons. Danny Amendola may struggle to replace that production and maybe Tom Brady does feel a phantom blitz every now and then, but, the Steelers aren't exactly dealing from a position of strength at WR or otherwise, and Clark...
The Steelers don't play the Patriots until November, but that hasn't stopped Pittsburgh's Ryan Clark from sharing some criticism of the Pats and Tom Brady.
Clark was on NFL Live yesterday and unleashed this quote that sent the New England media into a frenzy.
“I think what’s really underestimated is Wes Welker’s importance to not only the New England...
According to the Steelers safety, Danny Amendola is 'fragile,' and
Tom Brady 'sees ghosts' under pressure.
Life is a going to be a bit tougher for Tom Brady this year as he adjusts to an offense not predicated on wide receiver Wes Welker. So tough, in fact, that Steelers safety Ryan Clark thinks he’ll be seeing ghosts this season.
Clark answered some questions about the Patriots during an appearance on ESPN’s NFL Live on Monday afternoon, discussing Brady specifically and how he...
Wes Welker played the role of safety valve to perfection for Tom Brady for six seasons. Any time the New England Patriots had to have a first down, Brady would always be looking to go to Welker. Now, the three-time Super Bowl champion will not have that option. Instead, he will have to rely on the newly-acquired Danny Amendola and his dynamic tight end duo of Rob Gronkowski and Aaron...
Tom Brady isn’t on the quite same existential level as Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense, but he does seem to get a chill when the unexpected are near.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark charged Brady with seeing ghosts on the field at times during an interview on Monday, referencing the quarterback’s tendency to flinch or duck while in the backfield. But, while most quarterbacks...