The ESPN Reporter passed on at his home near Atlanta, Georgia, this week, The sports channel ESPN announced on Thursday. However his cause of death was not revealed. Vaughn covered the NFL for ESPN, and was a renown reporter for contributing both TV and radio for the Atlanta Falcons and more so covering their appearance at the Super Bowl in 2017.
1. Vaughn McClure Biography
McClure hails from Chicago was a graduate of Northern Illinois University with a degree in journalism. His first position was at the DeKalb Daily Chronicle as a general assignment reporter covering the police, fire, courts, park district, and school board beats. He also worked at the South Bend Tribune, Fresno Bee and Chicago-Sun Times.
2. Vaughn McClure Age
He was 48 years old at the time of his death.
3. Vaughn McClure Career
McClure joined ESPN in September 2013 and was the Atlanta Falcons reporter for NFL Nation. He wrote for ESPN.com in addition to appearing on ESPN television and radio programs, including SportsCenter and NFL Live. McClure contributed on breaking news, statistical analysis, in-depth features, and video updates related to the team. His seasons on the beat have included the Falcons’ Super Bowl LI appearance in 2017. He also covered the coaching change from Mike Smith to Dan Quinn, and NFL officials assessing penalties against the Falcons for illegally piping crowd noise into their own stadium.
He had also worked at the Chicago Tribune for six years, primarily as the Chicago Bears beat writer (2008-13). He chronicled the details behind the team’s parting with legendary linebacker Brian Urlacher and also assisted with NBA coverage of the Chicago Bulls during their postseason appearances.
4. Vaughn McClure Family
Details about his wife or children are not available at this moment. More information shall be updated as soon as possible.
5. Vaughn McClure Net Worth
He had an estimated net worth of between $100k-$1Million.