Okay, now you've really done it, ESPN.

Ed Werder is one thing, but not John Clayton.

Tragically, the World Wide Leader has decided to part ways with their longtime professional football guru.

Clearly, ESPN wasn't offering tenure to the Professor, otherwise he'd still be providing cogent analysis of the NFL this very moment.

There's obviously no justice to be had in this world of ours, but such is life in the media these days.

The Daily Player is well and truly disturbed by the trend for babble over useful content that this represents.

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John Clayton should take notice, too. The way media is these days, it's actually not all that hard to fire a face like that.

Maybe these shades could've save his job.





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