In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Maryland football coach Michael Locksley discussed the impact the coronavirus outbreak has had on his program and why he believes teams need at least six weeks to be ready whenever the season might start:
Boise State edge rusher and projected early-round pick Curtis Weaver discussed what it would mean to him to become part of the legacy of the Ravens’ defense:
Former Orioles manager and Tigers pitcher Phil Regan discussed memories of his late teammate and Baltimore native Al Kaline:
Appalachian State inside linebacker and projected early-round pick Akeem Davis-Gaither discussed what it would mean to come to Baltimore as someone who has idolized Ray Lewis:
Saints All-Pro returner Deonte Harris (Archbishop Curley) discussed the significant donation he made to help feed those in need in Baltimore and New Orleans during the coronavirus crisis:
Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the program and why he doesn’t expect the season to start on time (or to play in front of empty stadiums):
Senior Bowl executive director and ESPN analyst (and former NFL scout) Jim Nagy discussed potential wide receiver targets for the Ravens like Arizona State’s Brandon Aiyuk and whether Michigan center Cesar Ruiz could slide in at guard to replace Marshal Yanda:
Wisconsin inside linebacker and projected mid-round pick Chris Orr discussed the possibility of following in the footsteps of his brother Zachary, the former Ravens inside linebacker who now works for the team as a coaching consultant:
Longtime Ravens VP Kevin Byrne talked about his decision to retire after a career that brought him to Baltimore as part of the Browns move, some great stories about working alongside Eric DeCosta and Ozzie Newsome and more:
Baltimore native and former Cardinals first baseman Mark Hamilton discussed graduating from Hofstra’s medical school April 10, just in time to join the coronavirus fight:
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