Hall of Popularity offensive lineman who played 19 periods in the NFL. He was an effective college football participant at USC, where he performed every position in the unpleasant line. He gained the Morris Trophy for criminal offense and All-American honors during his mature season. He was chosen to 14 Pro Bowls in his profession, linked for the the majority of any participant in NFL background during his retirement following 2001 period. He was created right into a well-known and reputed football family members. His dad, Clay Matthews Sr., performed in the NFL in the 1950s. His nephew, linebacker Clay Matthews, earned a Super Dish as an associate from the Green Bay Packers.