John Clayton Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Biography

John Clayton Family

John Travis Clayton was a National Football League writer and reporter for ESPN has a Net Worth of $31 Million know all about him in this Blog.

John Clayton’s Net Worth was $31 Million US Dollars.John Travis Clayton was a National Football League (NFL) writer and reporter for ESPN. He was also a senior writer for ESPN.com.Clayton began covering sports while still a student at Churchill Area High School.

John Clayton Biography

Starting with the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 1972 training camp, he covered the team in twice-weekly dispatches in the St. Marys, Pennsylvania Daily Press. He later wrote for Steel City Sports, a weekly publication in Pittsburgh. In 1975, Steel City Sports changed into Score! Pittsburgh and Clayton was a staff writer, covering the Steelers.

Name  John Clayton
Date of Birth 11 May 1954
Age ( 2022 ) 67 Years
Died 18 March 2022
Place of Birth Braddock, Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status Married
Education Graduation
Profession Sports Writer
Last Update March 2022

John Clayton Family, Parents

John Clayton was born on 11 May 1954 in Braddock, Pennsylvania, United States. John Clayton parents and Siblings informaion is not known yet. Clayton graduated from Duquesne University in 1976, and later worked for The Pittsburgh Press. He had done part-time work for the paper while attending college.

Clayton began covering sports while still a student at Churchill Area High School. Starting with the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 1972 training camp, he covered the team in twice-weekly dispatches in the St. Marys, Pennsylvania Daily Press.

John Clayton Wife, Children

John Clayton Wife

John Clayton married with wife Patrica Clayton. They are have only one child, Gerald Clayton. Patricia Clayton had worked as a casual employee at the Renton polling centre for four years, so she was taken aback when her boss informed her on Monday that she was no longer needed.

John Clayton Net Worth

John Clayton has an estimated Net Worth of $31 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from her hard work  hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

John Clayton Income Source and Salary

John Clayton was a National Football League (NFL) writer and reporter for ESPN. ESPN and the NFL pay John Clayton a base salary and a bonus. John Clayton earns a $2 million annual salary as part of his current contract with ESPN. In addition to his base salary, John Clayton receives a bonus of $300 million.

John Clayton Ethnicity and Nationality

Income Source Ethnicity and Birth place belongs to America.He was Born in Braddock, Pennsylvania, United States so he holds American Nationality.

John Clayton Career

Clayton joined ESPN as a reporter in 1995 and later added a weekly radio show during the NFL offseason to his duties. He co-hosted the show with Sean Salisbury, a former NFL quarterback; the show featured “Four Downs,” a debate with Salisbury about current NFL issues. Their debates frequently became heated, with Salisbury mocking Clayton’s geeky and “eggheaded” appearance and voice, and Clayton responding by dubbing Salisbury “Mr. Backup” due to his limited playing time during his NFL career. The severity of the animosity between Clayton and Salisbury is debatable. On May 31, 2017, Clayton was laid off from ESPN.

Clayton remained a regular contributor to KJR (AM) and hosted the station’s Saturday morning “Sports Saturday” show. He was a frequent caller to national sports-talk radio stations. Due to KIRO (AM) Seattle’s transition to an all-sports format, Clayton relocated his show to the new ESPN station. Clayton also contributed to the website and radio station 104.3 The Fan in Denver. Additionally, he was a weekly guest on San Diego’s The Mightier 1090AM’s Kaplan & Crew show.

John Clayton Awards and Honors

Clayton received the Dick McCann Memorial Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007.This distinction puts him in the “writer’s wing” of the Hall of Fame.He was also inducted into the sports hall of fame of his alma mater, Duquesne University, in 2001. ( Source Wikipedia )

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