John Clayton’s net worth was $31 Million US Dollars. John Clayton was a National Football League (NFL) writer and reporter for ESPN. He was also a senior writer for ESPN.com. John Clayton, longtime ESPN, and NFL reporter John Clayton died after a brief illness. He was 67. You should see President of Ukraine Zelensky Net Worth and secret Lifestyle.

John Clayton Net Worth

Net Worth$31 Million
ESPN Salary$2 Million
IRS Taxes Paid$237,000
Assets & Investments$20 Million
Loans and Mortgages$5 Million
Charity & Donations$110,000

John Clayton’s Cars Collection

John Clayton owns some of the best luxury cars in the world. The list of cars in John Clayton’s garage are listed below along with their prices. Checkout Nancy Pelosi Net Worth

Car BrandPrice
Volvo XC90$180,000 USD
Tesla Model X$120,000 USD
Land Rover Discovery$175,000 USD

John Clayton Salary

John Clayton earns both a fixed salary and a bonus from ESPN and the NFL. Under the current contract with ESPN, John Clayton earns an annual salary of $2 million. In addition to this fixed salary, John Clayton also receives an additional $300,000 million as a bonus.

Salary in 2022$2 Million
Salary in 2021$2 Million
Salary in 2020$1 Million
Salary in 2019$900,000
Salary in 2018$810,000
First Salary$50,000

John Clayton Wiki

Zodiac SignVirgo
Favorite ActorHarrison Ford
Favorite ChocolateHershey’s Nuggets
Favorite ColourBlack
Favorite Car BrandMercedes
Pet nameClay
Favorite BookThe Family Across the Street
Favorite SportGolf
Favorite Music ArtistThe Beatles
Favorite GadgetApple Watch SE
Favorite Holiday DestinationDenmark
Lucky NumberTen (10)

Frequently Asked Questions

Where did John Clayton go to college?

John Clayton graduated from Duquesne University in 1976.

How much is John Clayton worth?

John Clayton’s net worth is $31 Million.

What is John Clayton’s salary?

$2 Million.

When did John Clayton join ESPN?

1995.

John Clayton Bio and Death

John Clayton began covering sports while still a student at Churchill Area High School. Starting with the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 1972 training camp, he covered the team in twice-weekly dispatches in the St. Marys, Pennsylvania Daily Press.

In May 1978, John Clayton was sent to cover a Steelers mini-camp in place of the Press’s regular Steelers beat writer, Glenn Sheeley. While there John Clayton discovered and reported a rules violation which would cost the team a draft pick.

In 1995, John Clayton joined ESPN as a reporter and later added to his duties a weekly radio show during the NFL offseason.

John Clayton remained a frequent contributor to KJR (AM), and hosted its “Sports Saturday” show on Saturday mornings.

John Clayton received the Dick McCann Memorial Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007.

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