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The Mets shortstop didn't miss a beat while chatting with ESPN during the game.
Nicknamed “The Professor,” Clayton covered football for decades, including 20 years at ESPN.
Apparently he also eats sandwiches with a knife and fork.
The upcoming project will feature a "never-before-seen archive."
The star quarterback has won seven NFL championship rings, the most of any player ever.
The ESPN star, beset with high fever and damaged lungs and liver, said "had I not been vaccinated, I wouldn't be here."
“That’ll get that circulation going right," said broadcaster Bart Scott, a former NFL player.
Mark Adams may be the "weirdest dude calling college basketball," one website hissed. But there was a reason for his lecture.
The reporter said on Instagram that she was morally "not aligned" with Disney's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
The Brooklyn Nets guard was suspended by the team for vaccine refusal that would limit him to less than half of the games.