John Clayton, aka John Travis Clayton, was a National Football League writer and reporter for ESPN has died at the age of 67. The detail surrounding Clayton’s death are not publicly known. Following John Clayton’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the writer, with fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said, “John Clayton, a first-class NFL insider and our beloved longtime ESPN colleague, died today. He also starred in the greatest This Is SportsCenter commercial of all time. RIP, John.” Another user tweeted, “John Clayton will be remembered in so many ways, from how he looked after his wife Pat, to the mark he made in reporting, to the standard he set. He dedicated his life to his wife and to football. He was a pioneer, a caretaker, a Hall of Famer and a slayer, in every sense.” While another user tweeted, “I’m posting a notice of personal friend and hall of fame broadcaster John Clayton @JohnClaytonNFL passing today at 3pm. Condolences to Pat and family.”
What was John Clayton’s Net Worth?
John Clayton Net Worth
$700K USD $1 Million USD
John Clayton, aka John Travis Clayton, was a National Football League writer and reporter for ESPN. He was born in 1954 in Braddock, Pennsylvania; he was 67 years old at his demise. Clayton began covering professional football in the early 1970s in Pittsburgh and rising to ESPN. In 1995, he first joined the network and covered football in print, TV, and radio until 2017. John also starred in one of the funniest ESPN commercials ever. Some of Clayton’s most memorable segments on ESPN television were his regular debates with former NFL quarterback Sean Salisbury. In addition, he appeared in what is arguably the greatest “This is SportsCenter” commercial of all time.
The estimated Net Worth of John Clayton is between $700K USD $1 Million USD.
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