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John Clayton Weekends

No one knows more about football than ESPN’s human database for everything NFL: “The Professor” John Clayton. His lifelong obsession with the game elevated Clayton from high school sports reporter to the writers’ wing of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Bask in the wealth of his knowledge every Saturday from 9am to noon on 710 ESPN Seattle.
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Feb 17, 2018

The off-season will starting picking up around the NFL, who will the Seahawks take from the free agent market first? Brady Henderson from ESPN.com gives his take with John Clayton. 

Feb 17, 2018

It's a big college basketball weekend, especially in Seattle. The Groz joins John Clayton to discuss the double header. And Spring Training has begun in Peoria for the Mariners. The Professor takes your calls on the pitching staff and Tim Lincecum. 

Feb 17, 2018

Larry Fitzgerald will be returning with the Cardinals for the 2018 season. The Professor chats with Josh Weinfuss from ESPN.com, about where this Arizona team is headed for this upcoming season and for the future.  

Feb 10, 2018

John discusses the all the Seahawks off season news with Seahawks writer for the Seattle PI and Host of the Seahawks Man 2 Man Podcast Michael-Shawn Dugar.

Feb 10, 2018

John takes your calls on the beginning of NFL and Seahawks off season and the oncoming Mariners Spring training.

Feb 10, 2018

Seattle Mariners Spring Training is just around the corner, and John gets ready for the season with Mariners Producer Engineer Gary Hill

Feb 4, 2018

John takes your calls on the latest from the NFL Hall of Fame vote and tomorrow's Patriots/Eagles Super Bowl 

Feb 3, 2018

John brings you the latest from the NFL Hall of Fame voting process live in Minneapolis on the eve of Super Bowl LII.

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