Found May 08, 2013 on
New England Patriots
St. Louis Rams
Once again, incendiary comments from a Steelers safety are written on a whiteboard somewhere in the recesses of Gillette Stadium.
Just what the Steelers needed.
Thank you, Ryan Clark.
Clark said this week on ESPN’s “NFL Live” that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will “duck” and “flinch” even when pressure isn’t there and that he “sees ghosts.” He said that wide receiver Danny Amendola, who the Patriots signed from the St. Louis Rams to replace Wes Welker, is “fragile.”
A guest analyst this week on ESPN, the 33-year-old Clark is preparing for life after football. He’s worked on Pittsburgh TV and radio and seems ready to trade in his helmet for a microphone when his playing days are over. According to SI.com, Clark saw ESPN senior coordinating producer Seth Markman at the Super Bowl and asked if he could intern.
It would have been better for the Steelers if Clark were fetching coffee and doing other intern-like tasks rather than running his mouth on the air.
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