Since the other thread was locked I am reposting this here.....
Personally, I couldn't care less about the national media for the most part, but BooHoo Clayton
has too much airtime in Seahawks Nation and it's my right to state a case for shunning a poor excuse for a journalist.
clearly has not built a relationship with Marshawn over the years that he has had an opportunity to. Building relationships takes work and time and trust. What has BooHoo Clayton
done to develop a relationship like this? I am assuming nothing.
This whole issue is more a reflection on the assumed privilege and entitlement that BooHoo Clayton
believes he has and perhaps the forty years of this entitlement has created a laziness in his professionalism. Listening to him whine about his right and using his influence (whatever influence that is) to make this into a story is ridiculous and mindboggling.
And now what athlete would even trust him? You shouldn't bite the hand that feeds you or soon you won't get fed. BooHoo Clayton
has become no different from all of the other dim-witted shock-personality-pseudo talking heads (Skip Bayless et. al.)
not only bit Marshawn, his colleagues and the Seahawks' organization but he also bit (I suspect) a majority of the Seahawks' fan base.
It's your right to disagree with me and many others (good for you), and it's BooHoo Clayton
's right to continue to make himself a part of a story that is truly a non-story.
So Boycott BooHoo Clayton