Clothing company makes T-shirts, donation in memory of John Clayton
The sports world mourned when longtime NFL insider John Clayton passed away in March.
Clothing company Homage released T-shirts on Friday that not only honor Clayton, but the company will be making a donation to the National MS Society.
“John Clayton was one of the sharpest minds in football, with an eye for detail and a deep love of the game,” The Homage website said.
“This super-soft head-bangin’ tee pays homage to a classic Clayton ESPN commercial, and the great man himself. Rock on, John.”
Clayton hosted regular sports radio shows in Seattle for KJR-AM and Seattle Sports 910 AM, a Bonneville station, throughout his career. He had also made regular appearances on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station.
Bonneville International remembers Clayton with the John Clayton Memorial Fund, which benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in his memory, where 100% of the donations will go toward the National MS Society. Bonneville, the parent company of Arizona Sports, has contributed $10,000 to the fund in Clayton’s name.