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01 June 2017, 01:16 | Stacy Ballard
ESPN reportedly lays off Hall of Fame NFL reporter John Clayton
Clayton handled it with class, saying his 23-year relationship with ESPN was the second-best of his life after his marriage to his wife Pat, then injected some humor.
On April 26, ESPN laid off dozens of prominent on-air personalities, including Jayson Stark, Ed Werder, Jay Crawford and Dana O'Neil.
The Clayton layoff is part of a wider downsizing in the sports media industry, as reputable names across the board have been laid off this year.
Clayton, 63, confirmed he was included in the wave of recent layoffs at the sports network.
Known as "The Professor" to those in and out of ESPN, Clayton will continue his daily radio show for 710 ESPN KIRO in Seattle, which like 97.5 The Fanatic only licenses the ESPN name.
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