In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Former NFL Offensive Tackle Jermon Bushrod discussed his announcement for induction into the Towson Athletics Hall of Fame:
105.7 The Fan host Jeremy Conn discussed what it meant to him to be a part of the historic “Big Mo Show” with Mo Gaba:
Longtime Towson play-by-play voice Spiro Morekas discussed his now 30 years behind the mic for the Tigers and participated in a fun Beach Boys debate:
MLL commissioner Sandy Brown discussed the league playing its season July 18-26 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis:
CBSSports.com salary cap analyst/former NFL agent Joel Corry discussed the mega contract Patrick Mahomes received from the Chiefs and whether it sets a new market for quarterbacks like Lamar Jackson who are coming up for deals:
Incoming Morgan State transfer Sharone Wright Jr. discussed departing the ACC in favor of the MEAC and his hopes that other basketball players and athletes in general will consider playing at HBCU’s:
Orioles senior VP of community development and communications Jennifer Grondahl discussed the return of baseball, whether there’s hope that fans could be at Camden Yards at some point this year and their support of Trey Mancini’s “F16HT”:
Orioles top prospect Adley Rutschman discussed how he’s spent his time since the COVID quarantine began and what might be next as he awaits word on where he’s headed:
Former Saints and Dolphins general manager Randy Mueller discussed why he believes the Mahomes contract will be a “cap” for quarterback deals, not the new standard for players like Jackson who are coming up on deals:
Chargers wide receiver Darius Jennings (Gilman) discussed continuing his career on the West Coast, being part of the Titans team that beat the Ravens in the playoffs and making a $28,000 donation to youth education and offender re-entry programs in Baltimore and Los Angeles to celebrate his 28th birthday:
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