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

Former Orioles infielder Mark Reynolds discussed his decision to retire from MLB and why 2012 in Baltimore was the most special season of his career:

Baltimore native and former MLB pitcher Josh Roenicke (the son of Orioles Hall of Famer Gary Roenicke) discussed baseball officially getting underway for the CPBL in Taiwan and the hope it brings for baseball fans globally:

Towson football coach Rob Ambrose discussed the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on his program and broke down players the NFL should be paying more attention to:

Loyola athletic director Donna Woodruff discussed the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on their department and working with seniors who want to take advantage of their fifth year of eligibility:

Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. discussed joining Twitter, his affinity for Lamar Jackson, rewatching 2,131 for the first time and trying to help the hunger crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak:

ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio discussed how he’ll “cover” the NFL Draft and why he believes the Ravens’ biggest need is running back depth:

Towson running back Yeedee Thaenrat discussed his NFL Draft hopes, the potential culmination of a journey that began when he was split from his family in the aftermath of the Second Liberian Civil War:

Ourlads scouting director and former NFL scout Dan Shonka discussed why he still believes Oklahoma linebacker Kenneth Murray is the most likely choice for the Ravens if they don’t trade out of the 28th pick:

Ohio State wide receiver Binjimen Victor discussed his friendship with Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson dating back to growing up together in Broward County (Fla.) and what it would mean to be reunited in the NFL:

Orioles left-handed reliever Tanner Scott discussed how he’s holding up during quarantine, the evolution of his slider and why he’s not worrying much about how/when/where the season continues:

Maryland offensive lineman Ellis McKennie (McDonogh) discussed his father’s recovery from a bout with COVID-19 that left him in a coma for more than two weeks, just ahead of the NFL Draft-as well as his football backup plan, which is going to law school:

Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala discussed parting ways with the school after 20 years and what could be next:

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