Most of what we know about the relationship between Robert Griffin III and Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden comes from media reports. If what Ryan Clark observed last year during his one season in the nation’s capital is any indication, the view from inside looks pretty much the same. According to the retired safety, it...Read More
Everybody is guessing what the Redskins will do with Robert Griffin III. Ryan Clark visited ESPN’s First Take and says Redskins interest in Marcus Mariota — if that’s even true — spells the end of RGIII’s time in Washington.
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Ryan Clark has been moonlighting for years with ESPN as a guest analyst, often appearing on First Take among other programs. On Wednesday, Clark decided to officially turn in his cleats for a coat and tie, retiring on NFL Live to become a full-time analyst for the Worldwide Leader.
Clark should bring a bevy of insight to ESPN. For a company that employs legions of former players...
Washington Redskins safety Ryan Clark says he's retiring from the NFL after a 13-year career as a player.
As expected, the 35-year-old old Clark is going to work as an NFL analyst for ESPN.
He started his pro career with the New York Giants, won a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers and had two stints with the Redskins, including last season.
Clark finished with 16 interceptions...
Via AP on Fox
February 18, 2015
It’s no secret. The Washington Redskins’ safety play for the 2014 season was miserable. With inconsistent play from the aging Ryan Clark and injury-prone Brandon Merriwether, the Redskins had one of the worst pass defenses in the league.
Though Clark made his name with the Redskins in 2004 and 2005 and left for the Steelers, he returned this season at the spry age of 34 with...
A component of every NFL player’s training camp experience is witnessing the throngs of fans camped out in the hopes of snagging an autograph from their favorite players. Sure, some players manage to elude and evade the autograph hounds, either by their relative anonymity compared to their teammates or through an innate ability to somehow […] The post Middle-aged fan asks Ryan...
Ryan Clark tweeted earlier this week “I know Coach T likes to give numbers away quickly. If I am gone I wonder who’ll wear 25. Hope he plays offense.”
I’d put a large amount of money on Clark being gone… and if he wasn’t already, he definitely is with his recent penchant for grabbing headlines.
The Steelers also worked out safety Louis Delmas earlier this week. I don’t...
There is a difference between expressing an honest opinion about a controversial topic and being discriminatory or insensitive. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark expressed concern on Monday over the prospect of Michael Sam playing in the NFL, but he did it without being homophobic. Sam, an All-American defensive end at Missouri, came out publicly as […]
With 2013 season now over for the Pittsburgh Steelers, there's a good chance that several of the veteran unrestricted free agents have played their last game in the black and gold. One of those players is free safety Ryan Clark and he talked about the uncertainty that lies ahead of him following the Sunday win over the Cleveland Browns.
"They gave me a chance twice," Clark said,...