Clay Harbor

#80TE,
Yds
19
Y/G
1.6
TD
0
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: Missouri State
Birth Place: Libertyville, Illinois
Draft: 2010 4th round (27th pick) by the
  • ABC News

    Saints' Nick Fairley ruled out for 2017 due to heart issue

    METAIRIE, La. --? New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Nick Fairley was placed on season-ending injured reserve Monday, and his career appears to be in jeopardy because of a heart issue. Fairley, 29, has consulted with at least three specialists this offseason -- at least one of whom suggested he should no longer play football, according to Saints coach Sean Payton. Payton recently said that both Fairley and the team were waiting on the results of a third opinion. It's unclear what those results were. But ultimately, the Saints did not want to risk putting Fairley on the field this season. Neither the Saints nor Fairley nor his representatives have commented on the decision. It's unclear if Fairley

  • Vikes' Murray driven by Cook pick to win job
    ESPN.com

    Vikes' Murray driven by Cook pick to win job

    ESPN.com news services Latavius Murray realizes Dalvin Cook has a head start on him in the battle to replace Adrian Peterson in Minnesota, but he still expects to be the No. 1 running back in Week 1 when the Vikings host the New Orleans Saints. Murray, who signed with the Vikings as a free agent, didn't participate in the team's offseason activities after having ankle surgery in March. Appearing as a guest on NFL Network's "Good Morning Football" on Tuesday, he said the Vikings' decision to trade up in the second round of the NFL draft to select Cook gives him motivation. "It wasn't a surprise. When you see a guy, again, first-round potential sitting there in the second round, they snatch him

  • Happy birthday, Brad Childress!
    Vikings Wire

    Happy birthday, Brad Childress!

    Today, June 27, marks the 61st birthday of former Vikings coach Brad Childress. You’re probably celebrating with mixed emotions. Childress coached the Vikings from 2006 to 2010 before being fired 10 games into the 2010 season. In those 74 games, the Viking were 39-35 with two playoff appearances in 2009 and 2009, respectively. His best season as a coach came in 2009 when the Vikings went 12-4, advancing to the NFC Championship only to fall to the New Orleans Saints. Some would argue that the Vikings made it that far despite having Childress as a coach, but we won’t go there. Although there was plenty of friction between he and star quarterback Brett Favre. After his stint in Minnesota, Childress