Clayton has been one of the key parts of ESPN's National Football League coverage for decades, and he handled the end of his run at the network with the grace and professionalism he has brought to the job for a long time. After 23 years I won't be contributing to ESPN.
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Clayton starred in one of ESPN's best "This is SportsCenter" commercials in 2012, as he provides commentary to anchor Stan Verrett.
And after more than two decades at the network, Clayton leaves behind quite a legacy in Bristol. "Trent Dilfer, Ed Werder and Britt McHenry are also out", WEEI recalled. In 2016, the company cut ties with Cris Carter, Keyshawn Johnson and Ray Lewis.
Eventually, the man nicknamed "The Professor" was a regular on the national NFL beat for ESPN.
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It had not been clarified or deleted more than 50 minutes later, sitting at the top of Trump's busy Twitter profile. Jimmy Kimmel tweeted: "what makes me saddest is that I know I'll never write anything funnier than #covfefe ".
I am well taken care of by ESPN.
ESPN is laying off about 100 employees.
The New York Post separately reported that in the month of May, ESPN lost 3.8 percent of its subscribers, the most for any cable channel.
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ESPN announced yesterday that College Game Day analyst Lee Corso re-upped in a multiyear contract, the Los Angeles Times detailed.