What We Know About The Confusing Saga Of Brennan Clay And "Spray Tan"Samer Kalaf12/24/14 12:35pmFiled to: brennan claynfloklahoma soonersdemarco murrayspray tangina d'agostiniappic195EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink The love triangle—or possible misunderstanding—involving NFL free-agent running back Brennan Clay, his wife Gina D'Agostini, and Cowboys halfback DeMarco "Spray Tan" Murray has played out slowly since the end of November, offering enough twists and turns to confuse even those who know the involved parties personally. In the interest of helping you keep track, we've tried to pull everything together in a timeline. The most important thing we learned? Brennan Clay needs to delete all his social media accounts and then throw his phone in the nearest body of water. Oct. 7 The Chargers, looking for a running back, work out Brennan Clay, Cierre Wood, and Ronnie Brown. The team signs Brown.Nov. 18Clay shares an article about cheating and relationships to his Facebook.An excerpt:AdvertisementAdvertisementSure, sex is cheating, and maybe the most hurtful cause, but have you ever stopped to think that you're being cheated out of your relationship everyday? Lack of communication, attention, passion, intimacy — even lack of love. Why are we OK with this, and all the communication shortcuts that have become so common?Nov. 28 According to D'Agostini's divorce filing—more on that in a second—she and Clay separate. The official wording is that they "ceased to live together as husband and wife on or about" that date.Nov. 29Clay apologizes for a now-deleted post on Facebook—we don't know what was said—and says he's going to travel to Oklahoma.Nov. 30 Clay goes on Twitter to accuse D'Agostini of having an affair with Murray, his former teammate at Oklahoma.ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.