Matthews definitely needed something.
Whereas Troy Polamalu’s hair is the envy of every weave and lacefront wearing women around the world, Clay Matthews hair looks like Michael Myers.
Tell me I am lying.
Hopefully he uses the product he is endorsing, he needs it.
Polamalu’s hair is sponsored and insured for $1 million by Head & Shoulders. And now Matthews firing back, signing a deal with Unilever’s Suave brand.
Matthews’ marketing agent Ryan Williams of Athletes First told CNBC that it’s a one-year deal that includes media appearances pre- and post Super Bowl and a production day should the company want to film a commercial or additional advertising with him. Terms were not disclosed.
“The idea behind Suave is that men need different products than women,” Williams said. “Clay really wanted to do a deal like this.”
There are like 30 Matthews boys that have played in the NFL, currently in NFL or in college and one thing is constant. It isn’t their hair, it is that they all are ballers.
If the Packers are to win the Super Bowl they will need a big game from Mr. Suave.