Clay Matthews Jr. was a four-time Pro Bowl player during a 19-year NFL career, most of which the linebacker spent with the Cleveland Browns. Bruce Matthews spent his entire 19-year career with the Tennessee Titans franchise. He was a first-round pick of the Houston Oilers in the 1983 NFL Draft and the former USC offensive tackle was selected to 14 Pro Bowls.
Clay Matthews III followed in the footsteps of his father and uncle by playing college football at USC before the Packers selected him in the first round of the 2009 draft. Clay III has since been selected to six Pro Bowls and is the only member of the family to play for a Super Bowl winner, helping the Packers claim a championship in 2010.
Clay’s brother, Casey, was a fourth-round pick of the Eagles in 2011 and was with the Vikings in 2015. Another Clay Jr. son, Kyle, was a letter-winner as a safety on USC’s 2003 Cheap Vintage Jerseys national championship team.
Where Revere will fit with the Angels in the outfield is the question: Chances are, much like with Luis Valbuena, the Angels could move him for younger pieces should he play well. Revere is a career .285 hitter, and it’s hard to see 2015 as his last ride as an above-average offensive ballplayer, considering he hit just .215 with a .560 OPS in 2016. The .560 mark is almost 100 points lower than his career average.
Or, the Angels could keep Revere for depth purposes and trade Kole Calhoun, who re-signed with the Angels on an incredibly team-friendly deal: three years, $26 million. In either case, the move for Revere offers the team flexibility and depth, and should Revere perform to the back of his baseball card, the Angels might not have to worry about Glover and JGL in 2017.