In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former Ravens Super Bowl-winning wide receiver Qadry Ismail, now an analyst for WJZ, discussed the Ravens’ red-hot play and whether there’s any reason to think it might not continue: 

CBS Sports Network analyst Randy Cross, a three-time Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman with the 49ers, discussed Navy football’s great season and the magic of Lamar Jackson: 

Hall of Fame quarterback and Westwood One analyst Kurt Warner discussed what it would take for a team to beat the Ravens and the role he played in getting Lamar Jackson to stick with his unorthodox football grip: 

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, discussed another dominant win, Patrick Mekari stepping in for Matt Skura, dominating Aaron Donald after his “bullsh*t” comments and the “dressing vs. stuffing” debate: 

Westwood One and CBS play-by-play voice Kevin Harlan discussed the excitement of calling Lamar Jackson’s games, including his “He Is Houdini!” call from the Bengals game, which he had actually used once before for someone else: 

Legendary Super Bowl-winning coach Dick Vermeil discussed his Navy football fandom, affinity for Ken Niumatalolo, why this year’s Ravens are the new “Greatest Show on Turf” and why he expects them to win the Super Bowl: 

NFL Network reporter Steve Wyche discussed the red hot Ravens and why Don “Wink” Martindale might be a hotter head coaching candidate than Greg Roman: 

NBC Sports Bay Area analyst and former 49ers safety Donte Whitner discussed Sunday’s matchup in Baltimore-including whether the San Francisco offense capable of winning more of a shootout if they need to:

Orioles slugger Trey Mancini discussed this weekend’s Purple Tailgate event, his relationship with the event’s benefactor Mo Gaba and what he learned from Adam Jones about his responsibility in the Baltimore community: 

ESPN NFL Matchup analyst and producer Greg Cosell discussed the magic of what the Ravens are doing offensively with Lamar Jackson, including their multi-tight end sets and pre-snap motion: 

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