Clay Matthews’ Wife is an HGTV Star
Photo by Dario Cantatore/Invision/AP (left), Screenshot from YouTube

Former Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews III may not currently have a home in the NFL, but the 34-year-old free agent was a force to be reckoned with during his heyday for The Pack.

The former first-round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft remains unsigned after spending the 2019 season with the Los Angeles Rams, but he?s hoping to get another shot in the league before calling it a career.

Fans of the linebacker will certainly want to see him back on the gridiron, and perhaps no one will be rooting harder for Matthews to return to football than his loving wife.

Clay Matthews? Wife

Clay Matthews has been married to wife Casey Noble since 2015. The couple were first spotted together at a hockey game in 2013. They kept their relationship private, but pics from their wedding released in 2015, provided by Total Packers.

Noble was previously married to ex-husband Peter Sarantos in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2008, though the relationship didn’t last. Prior to marrying Noble, Matthews was in a relationship with fashion model Kristi Stalter.

Noble and Matthews have two children together, baby boy William Clay Matthews IV, and daughter Madeline Joy Matthews.

Prior to her life as a mother, Noble worked in entertainment as a television personality. She first appeared on TV on the show Design Star before becoming the host of HGTV?s Design on a Dime. She has also worked for the show Hotel Impossible which aired on the Travel Channel.


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Noble, whom is eight years Matthews? senior, attended college at George Mason University before studying interior design at the Fashion Institute for Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, California.

Noble isn’t the only one in the relationship who’s featured on screen, however. In addition to his televised games in the National Football league, the professional football player featured in a cameo role in Pitch Perfect 2.

During the offseason the couple reportedly live together in Calabasas, California, nearby to where the outside linebacker grew up.

Clay Matthews’ Early Life and College Career

Clay William Matthews III was born in Los Angeles to parents Leslie and Clay Matthews Jr. His father was a professional football player in the NFL as well, and his brother Casey and his uncle Bruce both played professionally, too.

Matthews attended high school at Agoura Hills but was undersized throughout most of his high school career which prevented him from seeing much of the field. Instead of give up on his football dream, Matthews attended the University of Southern California where he walked-on to the Trojans football team.

Matthews earned a full athletic scholarship in 2006 and earned playing time on the team through his work on Special Teams and working as a hybrid linebacker-defensive end “elephant” under head coach Pete Carroll.

After four seasons, Matthews eventually declared for the NFL Draft in 2009.

Clay Matthews’ NFL Career

The Green Bay Packers brought Clay Matthews to Wisconsin with the 26th overall pick in 2009 after a Draft Day trade with the New England Patriots. Matthews spent 10 seasons calling Lambeau Field his home, making six Pro Bowls and one First-Team All-Pro selection during that span. He featured in 143 regular-season games as a Packer in addition to 15 playoff games.


Matthews was part of the Packers’ Super Bowl XLV winning squad in 2010, taking down the Pittsburgh Steelers alongside Aaron Rodgers.

Matthews remained in the NFC after his Packers’ tenure expired, latching on with the Rams for the 2019 campaign, his last season in American football.

Clay Matthews’ Net Worth

The former Green Bay Packer made a pretty penny during his playing career. Per Celebrity Net Worth, Matthews boasts an estimated net worth of $10 million. Noble’s net worth is not publicly available, but we’re sure the couple isn’t strapped for cash.

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Karl Rasmussen is a sports writer living in Brooklyn, NY. He studied journalism at the University of Oregon and is an avid fan of the Oregon Ducks, Portland Trail Blazers, New York Yankees and New York Jets.
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