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Clay Matthews receives 2017 community service award

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Story by Mike Spofford, senior writer. GREEN BAY – The quarterbacks had the wardrobe, and the star pass rusher got the hardware. Shortly after Aaron Rodgers and Brett Hundley made a semi-grand entrance to the annual Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce “Welcome Back Luncheon” at Lambeau Field on Wednesday sporting “Men In Black” suits and shades, […]

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Clay Matthews, Nick Perry trained for the long haul this offseason

Friday, August 4th, 2017

Story by Wes Hodkiewicz, GREEN BAY – Clay Matthews has the same goals going into every offseason, but this year the Packers linebacker wanted to be even more proactive in his approach to rehab and recovery. “I stay in a bubble and wrap my hands up,” smiled Matthews on the first day of training camp […]

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Packers Linebacker Clay Matthews Will Miss Playing Against Jay Cutler

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Story by Brian Foley, courtesy of TMJ4 Milwaukee. Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews is apparently one of the few people sad to see former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler go. “I’m glad I got a lot of sacks against [Cutler],” Matthews said on NFL Network’s ‘The Rich Eisen Show.’ “I’ll miss that the most. But […]

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Clay Matthews starting to play like Pro Bowler at right time

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

Clay Matthews has had a rough 2016 season. Because of a hamstring and shoulder injury, Matthews has not put up the numbers he thought he would this year, especially with him moving to outside linebacker at the start of this season. However, Matthews is starting to get healthy and he had his best game of […]

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Matthews To Be “Claymaker” Again

Friday, September 9th, 2016

Courtesy of ESPN, Clay Matthews wasn’t the least bit worried when he saw only three inside linebackers listed on the Green Bay Packers‘ roster after final cuts. He did not, even for a second, think coach Mike McCarthy would renege on his promise to return Matthews to his natural outside linebacker spot after a season […]

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Clay Matthews won’t be easy to replace inside

Friday, March 11th, 2016

Courtesy of No matter how much inside linebacker he plays the rest of his career, Clay Matthews made himself a better player by carrying out the duty for a season and a half. That’s a reality Mike McCarthy readily appreciates as he insists that he’s moving Matthews back outside this year. Matthews’ leadership and football acumen, […]

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Clay Matthews in the Running for Defensive Player of the Year

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015

Courtesy of Bleacher Report Clay Matthews has a Super Bowl ring. He’s earned first-team All-Pro honors and been to five Pro Bowls. In 2010, he won the Butkus Award and was named NFC and Pro Football Writers of America Defensive Player of the Year. Judging by his start to the 2015 season, Matthews is determined […]

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Green Bay Packers fan base ranks 3rd in overall engagement in NFL

Saturday, August 10th, 2013

A recent study conducted by TicketCity ranked each NFL fan base on their overall engagement. The study is designed to identify the fan bases that engage the most frequently with their team both online and offline. TicketCity evaluated fans on a number of metrics which include average total attendance, average home attendance, average ticket price, […]

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Clay Mathews Joined ESPN

Monday, August 20th, 2012

Green Bay’s Super Bowl Champion and All-Pro Linebacker Clay Matthews joined ESPN Radio’s “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” to talk about changes in the Packers’ defense and his expectations for the upcoming season. You can listen to Matthews’ interview in the audio below:  

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Clay Mathews Held His Youth Football Camp

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Green Bay’s All-Pro Super Bowl Champion linebacker Clay Matthews held his inaugural youth football camp at Ashwaubenon High School. Matthews directed camp activities and provided Pro Bowl instruction to the young campers who attended Clay’s first camp. The camp was open to boys and girls ages 7 to 14 and featured various instructional stations where the team […]

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