John Clayton breaks down the top five stories of the day: Pete Carroll talks about the Seahawks loss in Atlanta, Pete's vote of confidence on Tom Cable as a head coach, the unrestricted free agents coming up for Seattle, thoughts on the catch in the Packers vs Dallas game and Travis Kelce's stinging comments on the 2 point conversion non-call. Warren Moon joins the show and recaps the Seahawks season. Gee Scott and the Professor go Behind the Lines and discuss the recent comments Pete Carroll made on Brock and Salk.
The Professor is joined by the voice of the Seattle Seahawks, Steve Raible. John takes your urgent text questions before the weekend of sports and as always, the impeccable Dave Grosby joins the Professor.
John Clayton goes over the top five stories of the day as we get a status update from Pete Carroll on CJ Prosise's availability for the game against the Falcons and the Seahawks pulling together when it matters the most. The Professor takes your calls on the most important factor for a Seahawks victory. Gee Scott joins the show as we go Behind the Lines before the big game.
D. Orlando Ledbetter (Falcons beat writer, Atlanta Journal Constitution) joins the show to talk Seahawks vs Falcons, including matchups to watch for and the Falcons mindset going into Saturday. John answers viewer questions. Dave Grosby comes on to discuss the Chargers relocation to Los Angeles.
John's top five stories of the day include match ups to watch for on Saturday between the Seahawks and Falcons, the San Diego Chargers move to Los Angeles, head coach changes in Buffalo and Bob Newman's (VP at AEG) plan for Key Arena. Paul Richardson joins the show to discuss his performance vs the Lions, and what the Seahawks need to do to beat the Falcons.
Dave Wyman makes his usual Wednesday appearance on the John Clayton show. The Professor and Jessamyn take in your text questions and the immaculate Dave Grosby, The Groz, rounds out the show with John.
John Clayton goes over the top five stories of the day: Pete thinks there's some danger in going against a former coach, Jon Gruden says the Seahawks are prepared but don't have the talent on the offensive line, an emergency meeting in New York in regards to the Chargers and Raiders, Mike and Mike discuss Johnny Manziel's recent activity in the football world and a decision made by Luke Falk and his pro status. The Professor takes your calls on who is going to be the most important player on both sides of the ball for the Seahawks against the Falcons. Gee Scott joins the show as we go Behind the Lines.
Sean Salisbury (Four Downs with Sean Salisbury) joins the show. John discusses news around the NFL including possible candidates for the Rams and 49ers. Later, Dave Grosby (Bob, Groz and Tom) visits to talk about the National Championship game and whether a quarterback will go number one overall in the NFL Draft.
John reveals his top five stories of the day including CJ Prosises' availability for Saturdays matchup vs the Falcons, Clemson's game winner, Odell Beckham Jr. and head coaching changes around the NFL. ESPN College Football Analyst, Brad Edwards joins the show to talk about the National Championship game.
Cliff Avril joins The Professor as he talks about the victory over the Lions, the defensive performance put on by the Seahawks and looking ahead in the playoffs. John takes text questions about the victory and looking ahead towards Atlanta, including how to disrupt the passing game of Atlanta and Devin Hester's potential role as a wide receiver for the Seahawks. The Groz joins the show and provides his thoughts on the playoff game.
John Clayton goes over the top five stories of the day, including Thomas Rawls and the Seahawks running game, the Seahawks offensive line coming together, Paul Richardson's one-handed catch in the endzone, Pete Carroll's praise for Kris Richard and Aaron Rodger's Hail Mary touchdown pass to end the first half. John takes your calls and answers questions and thoughts after the Seahawks victory.
John is joined by Dan Miller, Play by Play Announcer for the Detroit Lions, and talks details about the Detroit Lions coming into CenturyLink Field. The Professor tackles your text-in questions about Stafford's injury, CJ Prosise's playoff status should the Seahawks advance and more. The Groz joins John as they wrap up thoughts on the Seahawks.
John Clayton talks about the top five stories of the day including Pete Carroll's confidence in the running game against the Detroit Lions, Tony McDaniel's injury status for the Wild Card game, Matt Stafford's post-season career, Sean Payton's decision on his coaching staff and Pete Carroll's thoughts on Gus Bradley. John takes calls from the listeners, talking about the Seahawks winning conditions against the Detroit Lions. Gee Scott joins the show as we go "Behind the Lines" right before the Wild Card game.
As he does every week, Sean Salisbury joins the show and does "Four Downs" as he says redshirt freshman Sam Darnold is the best QB that USC has ever had. Also, Jay Gruden fired his entire defensive coaching staff today and Sean says he made a mistake by not hiring Wade Phillips to coach his defense. The Professor answers all your burning text questions. Plus, John is joined by The Groz to talk about whether there's a chance for Devin Hester to make the Hall of Fame as a special teams player.
John kicks things off with the "Top Five Stories of the Day" Russell Wilson says he doesn't really need the knee brace anymore, Cliff Avril says he'd choose Bobby Wagner as the defensive MVP of the league, Chris Petersen tells Brock and Salk he's proud of the season and ready to look ahead, Ian Rapoport says Kyle Shanahan will have a lot of options for head coaching opportunities this offseason, and Kevin Demoff talks about the future of the Rams after firing Jeff Fisher. The newest member of the Seahawks, kick returner Devin Hester joins the professor and talks about his NFL journey this year as his career begins to wind down. He talks about how he was able to get so good at his role. Plus, we go "Behind the Lines" with Gee Scott.
It's Wednesday, so John is joined by Dave Wyman to start off the second hour of the show. The guys look at what's in store for the Seahawks on Saturday going up against the Lions. Later, the Professor answers your texts and tweets and then the hour closes out with a visit from the one and only Groz.
The Seahawks sign the greatest returner ever for their playoff run, they also make a switch at long snapper, and Seattle will also welcome back an old fan favorite against the Lions in the Wild Card round. John discuss all of that and more in Wednesday's top five stories. Later in the hour, ESPN NFL analyst and former All-Pro guard Damien Woody stops by to discuss the NFL Wild Card round with John. Gee Scott joins John as they go Behind the Lines and discuss the signing of Devin Hester.
ESPN Detroit Lions Reporter, Michael Rothstein, joins the Professor via the Venue Kings Hotline. We go around the NFL taking your text questions, and John Clayton talks college football with The Groz.
John Clayton starts off the new year with the top five stories: Seahawks playoff match-up vs. Detroit, the dangerous Packers in the NFC, 49ers have problems bigger than Chip Kelly, Phillip Rivers on the firing of Mike McCoy, and the strength of the Alabama Crimson Tide, Also, the Professor goes behind the lines with Gee Scott, and the Seahawks are excited about the playoff game against the Lions.
John talks to Seahawks Hall of Fame left tackle Walter Jones. He gives his take on what's going on with the Seahawks O-Line and what they can do to fix what's wrong as they head into the playoffs. That's it for 2016, see ya next year!
John kicks things off with the Top 5 stories of the day. Russell Wilson says the Seahawks just need a little more focus, Nick Saban says Washington's offense is deceptive, Dan Graziano talks about why Tony Romo will play, Michael Bennett gets a 3-year contract extension, and Steve Smith says he's '89 percent sure' he's going to retire. Former UW quarterback now Husky analyst Damon Huard previews the Dawgs big Peach Bowl matchup with Alabama. Do they stand a chance against the Crimson Tide? We go "Behind the Lines" with Gee Scott as he breaks down Michael Bennett's contract extension and why it's good for both player and team.
Dave Boling of The News Tribune breaks down the state of the Seahawks to see what can be done to patch the holes on this team heading into the playoffs. Also he takes a look at what can be done in the offseason. John asks for and answers all your burning text questions. The Groz is out today so John talks with Bob Stelton about the whole Richard Sherman fiasco and the state of the Seahawks.
John starts out as always with the five biggest stories of the day: Richard Sherman says his press conferences are a 'privilege', does Sherman think Pete's special meetings have run their course, Michael Bennett - losses are bad, fans and media panic when we lose, Tom Cable - it's Fant vs. Sowell for the starting spot, and George Karl - wanted stories to be told in the bar. John takes your calls on what's going on with Sherman right now and thoughts on the state of the team. We go "Behind the Lines" with Gee Scott who tells us what Sherman might be trying to tell us.
Mike Sando of ESPN.com takes a look at the state of the Seahawks heading into the playoffs. What are the possible playoff scenarios as we head into the last week of the season? What teams would the Seahawks matchup with the best? John solicits text messages from listeners and answers them. Plus, John ends things with 'The Grozfather' and his take on what happened to WSU against the Golden Gophers.
Gee Scott fills in for a couple minutes due to connection issues. We start out with the five biggest stories of the day: The Seahawks have placed Tyler Lockett on IR and WR Kasen Williams comes up from the practice squad, Darrell Bevell and Tom Cable are among candidates for head coach openings, WSU falls to Minnesota in the Holiday Bowl 17-12, Huskies John Ross and Dante Pettis give their take on Alabama, and Matt Ryan and Aaron Rodgers gain ground on Tom Brady for NFL MVP. WSU sideline reporter (and John's producer) Jessamyn McIntyre tries to break down what happened to the Cougs offense as they were completely shut down by Minnesota. We go "Behind the Lines" with Gee Scott and take a look at the state of the Seahawks.