In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Former Ravens Super Bowl champion wide receiver Qadry Ismail discussed the team’s decision to move on from Earl Thomas and why he’s confident in their ability to replace him:
Orioles play-by-play voice Kevin Brown discussed the playful jab he got in on Red Sox broadcaster and legend Dennis Eckersley during last weekend’s series and the joy of working with Ben McDonald on television:
NFL Network analyst Bucky Brooks discussed the team’s decision to part ways with Thomas and how it might ultimately make the team more “mature” than they were late last season:
Former USMNT standout and Olney, Md., native Oguchi Onyewu discussed the role he took on as an ambassador for the Baltimore-Maryland 2026 World Cup Host Bid Committee and why the city has the perfect infrastructure to be a good World Cup match host:
Navy quarterback Dalen Morris discussed winning the competition to become the starter after starting the summer third on the depth chart, what he learned most from Malcolm Perry and his excitement to play on “Monday Night Football” when the Midshipmen host BYU on Labor Day:
Ravens tight end Charles Scarff discussed the opportunity he has to make the roster as the team’s third tight end and why being a Raven means so much more to him because his family is based in Harford County and he grew up attending training camp at McDaniel College (and meeting Derrick Mason) with his grandfather:
Maryland legend and activist Len Elmore discussed the protests/boycotts from NBA players and other athletes this week and what they should be demanding from those with more power:
Ravens safety Anthony Levine Sr. discussed the trust the team has in DeShon Elliott to replace Earl Thomas and the leadership role Chuck Clark has taken on with the team:
Former Browns tight end Joel Gamble (Carver) and former Jets wide receiver Tavon Mason (Woodlawn) discussed their new comic series “The Justice Duo” and the importance of representation within the equality conversation:
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