In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
SiriusXM NFL Radio host and former NFL quarterback Jim Miller discussed why he loves the Ravens’ roster but still sees the Steelers winning the AFC North and reaching the Super Bowl:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed the strange start to the season — Bradley on playing in front of no fans and Nikki on not being able to be at the game to watch him:
Former Orioles pitcher and current PressBox host Ross Grimsley discussed the Birds’ surge, what he’s liked from Ryan Mountcastle, Keegan Akin and Dean Kremer and why he still wouldn’t call up Adley Rutschman:
ESPN Radio Cleveland host and former Patriots Super Bowl champion safety Je’Rod Cherry discussed what we should expect from the Browns in their first season under Kevin Stefanski and the pressure on Baker Mayfield:
NFL on CBS analyst Charles Davis discussed the Sept. 13 season opener and the advantage the Ravens should have in these strange circumstances due to their continuity:
NFL on CBS play-by-play voice Ian Eagle discussed the Sept. 13 opener, why he thinks the Browns are better than they were a year ago and told a great story about the time he took care of a drunk Ravens fan at M&T Bank Stadium:
ESPN analyst Pam Shriver discussed the U.S. Open, including the decision to default Novak Djokovic and why Serena Williams might have a better chance at her 24th career major at the French Open:
Legendary former Washington quarterback Joe Theismann discussed why he believes Lamar Jackson will sustain success, why the Ravens should not fear injury and limit his running and his new book “How To Be A Champion Every Day:”
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