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

Ravens return specialist De’Anthony Thomas discussed re-signing in Baltimore and looking to get more involved offensively next season:

Jaguars color analyst Jeff Lageman discussed the Ravens signing Calais Campbell and what makes him so interesting on and off the field:

From his hospital room, Orioles fan Justin LaBor (@Roarfrom44 on Twitter) discussed contracting what may well be coronavirus and the importance of heeding the warnings from the CDC and being vigilant:

Former Acting Deputy Secretary of the Treasury/mayoral candidate Mary Miller discussed the future of the Orioles, Royal Frams Arena, Pimlico and sports betting:

Maryland tight end Tyler Mabry discussed how spending his final season with the Terrapins helped prepare him for a chance at being selected in the NFL Draft:

NFL Network analyst Charles Davis discussed why LSU linebacker Patrick Queen may be the perfect fit for the Ravens with the 28th pick and WR, interior OL and edge rush options:

Former Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce discussed signing a three-year deal with the Vikings, what Baltimore has meant to him and expectations for a big season from the new Ravens’ D-line next year:

Ravens punter Sam Koch discussed signing a two-year extension in Baltimore, punting less due to Lamar Jackson’s success and the team’s aggressiveness last year and hanging out with Gordon Ramsay recently:

Maryland running back Anthony McFarland Jr. discussed how sharing a backfield with other NFL players like Ty Johnson and Javon Leake is beneficial for his NFL future and people constantly mistakenly assuming he is Booger McFarland’s son:

New Ravens defensive lineman Michael Brockers discussed how the desire to win a Super Bowl deep in his career led to him signing with the Ravens:

Former Maryland cornerback and DeMatha graduate Tino Ellis talked about his prep for the NFL Draft, his time in College Park under head coach Mike Locksley and more:

NBSSN analyst and former NFL quarteback Chris Simms explained his enthusiasm surrounding the Ravens’ offseason moves, gave his thoughts about the team’s chances in the AFC and more:

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