In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Former Orioles manager Buck Showalter discussed playing in empty stadiums, Trey Mancini and why he still wants to get back in to managing:
Ravens fifth-round pick and former Texas Tech defensive lineman Broderick Washington Jr. discussed joining the Baltimore defense and looking forward to squaring off with his former teammate Patrick Mahomes next season:
Former Baltimore Colts running back Tom Matte discussed his memories of his former coach Don Shula, who passed away at the age of 90:
Chesapeake Bayhawks President Mark Burdett discussed the league’s hopes to begin its season around the Fourth of July:
Ravens UDFA fullback Bronson Rechsteiner discussed signing with Baltimore, his background as the son and nephew of famous pro wrestlers (Rick and Scott Steiner) and whether wrestling could be in his own future:
MLB Network/MLB.com/MLBPipeline.com analyst Jonathan Mayo discussed the Orioles’ options with the No. 2 pick, including Arizona State first baseman Spencer Torkelson and Vanderbilt third baseman/center fielder Austin Martin:
Ravens UDFA and former Oregon tight end Jake Breeland discussed signing in Baltimore, his recovery from a torn ACL and honoring his late father as he pursues his NFL dream:
Ravens fullback and defensive lineman Patrick Ricard joined GCR to discuss how his role could continue to evolve in 2020, getting married this offseason and the strange nature of virtual OTA’s:
Former Maryland guard and Jordan Brand vice president Howard “H” White (who was featured in last week’s episodes of “The Last Dance”) discussed how he transitioned from his own basketball career to becoming a Nike executive, working with Michael Jordan and the eternal Jordan-Len Bias debate:
New Ravens linebacker Jake Ryan discussed (colorfully!) his excitement for coming to Baltimore, the injuries that have allowed him to play just two total games over the last two seasons and whether he ever considered walking away from the game:
Four-star Quince Orchard defensive tacle Marcus Bradley joined GCR to discuss committing to Maryland, his current and future teammate Demeioun Robinson and more:
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