ESPN announced Vaughn’s death, and No cause of death given.
- Vaughn McClure who has covered the Atlanta Falcons whole team as a part of NFL Nation.
- He also wrapped the entire team during his run to Super Bowl LI in 2017 and accomplished to ESPN’s TV also to radio for the scope of Falcon’s phylum the NFL.
- “He possessed the soul of the pearl. He stood so excellent and beneficial to our journalists John phylum
- In the previous few hours, we’ve listened to so several tales about how Vaughn had boosted them with a statement or how Vaughn put in a decent phrase for the entirety team with a coach or player.
- Talking to Vaughn on the phone was always a joy indeed. We will still miss him much. And I’ll end this the way Vaughn ended every phone call with a colleague: ‘Appreciates you, sir. Love you.’ We all loved him too much.”
ESPN’s Jeff Dickerson called McClure
- “An amazing friend and colleague” as well on Twitter while Falcons President and Chief Executive Rich McKay remembered him as “an earnest, thoughtful reporter or the person who had a fascination for his skill and the connections he held.”
- McClure previously worked as a general assignment reporter covering, such as – police, fire, courts, park, and school board beats after graduating from Northern Illinois University.
Penned Tribune’s Bears reporter Brad Biggs:
- Vaughn McClure Horrible prevented by the demise of a one-time colleague.
- He had an incredible gift for getting people to open up to him in the best manner and was a delight to be around. Rest in peace, Vaughn McClure.”
- “From South Bend via the Chicago till our absolute ESPN declared openly Vaughn’s demise and No reason for the fatality given.
- “From South Bend through Chicago till our final discussion Tuesday, Vaughn was not familiar in contemplating, handily the charismatic and one of my nicest colleagues, And then he would ask how to enhance his manuscript. RIP, friend. You’ll miss perpetually and ever.”
- He had a tremendous blessing for bringing civilization to open up to him and was a thrill to be around. Rest in peace, Vaughn.”