Who is Patricia Clayton?
Patricia Clayton is the wife of NFL writer and reporter John Clayton.
John Travis Clayton AKA John Clayton worked for ESPN as a writer and correspondent for the National Football League (NFL). He also worked for ESPN.com as a senior writer.
Short Facts About John Clayton
|Real Name||John Travis Clayton|
|Age (As Of 2022)||68 Years Old|
|Birth Place||Braddock, Pennsylvania|
|Death Date||March 18, 2022|
|Profession||Writer And Reporter|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Children||1 Son: Gerald Clayton|
John Clayton was 68 years old and his wife Patricia Clayton is around 55-60 years old.
Clayton was born in 1954 in Braddock, Pennsylvania.
The couple has 1 son named Gerald Clayton.
John Clayton And Patricia Clayton
Little is known about John And Patricia’s personal life. They loved each other very much. His wife was by his side until his death.
Clayton joined ESPN as a reporter in 1995, and eventually added a weekly radio show during the NFL offseason to his responsibilities. On May 31, 2017, Clayton was dismissed from ESPN.
In 2007, Clayton was honored by the Pro Football Hall of Fame with the Dick McCann Memorial Award.
How Did John Clayton Die?
Clayton passed away on March 18, 2022, after a brief illness.
Chris Mortensen tweeted, “John Clayton passed away today at a Seattle area hospital,”
“His wife Pat and sister Amy were at his side and communicated earlier he passed peacefully after a brief illness. We loved John. We are mourning his loss.”
John Clayton, one of our NFL insiders who expertly covered the league for more than 20 years at ESPN, died Friday at 67 after a brief illness.
We all learned something from “The Professor” over the years and we will miss him dearly. pic.twitter.com/bfiPCPUYZo
— ESPN (@espn) March 19, 2022
2 thoughts on “Who is John Clayton’s Wife Patricia Clayton? Family & Death Cause”
Thank you John Clayton for all the years of intelligent NFL reporting. After he was downsized from ESPN, his voice was one you saught out on line wherever he worked, AM 710 in Seattle, or covering the Broncos as a side gig. Great man.
Rest in Peace John. Your Mom (my sister Peggy)
was so proud of you.