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

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, discussed the various holiday celebrations the team enjoyed after their win against the Jets and the importance of the Browns game after what happened in Week 4: 

Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed their big win over Army, humorously calling himself a “moron” for benching Malcolm Perry last year and Perry’s NFL Draft prospects: 

Ravens fullback Patrick Ricard discussed his Pro Bowl selection (just before it became official), getting a contract extension and the many, many ways he impacts a football game: 

ESPN Radio Cleveland host and three-time Super Bowl champion Patriots safety Je’Rod Cherry discussed how badly things have gone for the Browns since their Week 4 win in Baltimore and why he doesn’t think Ravens fans should dismiss the Patriots as a postseason threat: 

Maryland legend and Fox Sports 1 analyst Len Elmore discussed the job Ryan Odom has done at UMBC (after calling the Retrievers’ loss at Georgetown) and whether this is Mark Turgeon’s best Terps team: 

NFL Network analyst and former offensive lineman Brian Baldinger discussed the Ravens’ dynamic offense (before he calls Ravens/Browns for Compass Media Networks) and why he believes the Chiefs are their biggest postseason threat: 

105.7 The Fan’s Jeremy Conn stopped by the studio and discussed his special friendship with #PressBoxBestOf 2019 Sportsperson of the Year Mo Gaba: 

CBS play-by-play voice Jim Nantz discussed finally calling a Ravens game this season (against the Browns Dec. 22) and why they’re the team he has the most faith in from either conference to make the Super Bowl: 

North Carolina football coaching legend Mack Brown discussed his team facing Temple in the Military Bowl Dec. 27 in Annapolis, Md., plus he shared some great stories about Ravens kicker Justin Tucker and safety Earl Thomas, who played for him at Texas: 

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