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

CBSSports.com MLB writer Matt Snyder discussed the Orioles’ start and why he thinks they should consider calling up Adley Rutschman already:

ESPN and Blue Jays play-by-play voice Dan Shulman discussed the Fernando Tatis Jr. “incident,” how delightfully weird baseball has been in this short season and why he’s on board with the extra-inning rule:

FOX Sports analyst and former Broncos Super Bowl champion offensive lineman Mark Schlereth discussed why he believes the Ravens have the best defense in the AFC and why he doesn’t think they should pursue Antonio Brown:

Dez Bryant’s personal coach (and former Oklahoma wide receiver) David “D-Rob” Robinson discussed how Bryant’s game has evolved since he last played in the NFL:

NBC Sports Washington analyst and former Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos discussed the NBA Playoffs, including why he believes Carmelo Anthony and the Trail Blazers could not only beat the Lakers but could be contenders to win the NBA title:

Former Orioles manager Dave Trembley (who was once on the wrong end of a 30-3 beatdown at the hands of the Rangers) discussed why there has been an “unwritten rule” in baseball about when you’re not supposed to swing in a 3-0 count:

NFL Network reporter Jane Slater discussed how the Bryant workout came about with the Ravens and why it wasn’t a sure thing that he would sign:

Former Ravens Super Bowl champion fullback Femi Ayanbadejo discussed his new role as a radio color analyst for the team and his expectations for the 2020 season:

Four-star prospect James Graham III from Glendale Nicolet in Wisconsin discussed his decision to commit to play basketball at Maryland and modeling his game after his favorite player, Carmelo Anthony:

Former Cowboys wide receiver and Dallas radio host Jesse Holley discussed why his former teammate (and roommate) Dez Bryant’s reputation as a bad teammate is unfair but why playing special teams might not be something Bryant would be up for as a reserve wide receiver:

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