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

Ravens linebacker Jihad Ward discussed their 2-0 start and their focus heading into a showdown with the Chiefs:

Former NFL offensive lineman turned SiriusXM and ESPN Radio analyst Geoff Schwartz discussed the Ravens’ win against the Texans and why he believes they’ll beat the Chiefs (despite his brother Mitchell playing for Kansas City):

Ravens rookie wide receiver Devin Duvernay discussed the team’s solid start, having catches in his first two NFL games and now getting his first opportunity to face the Chiefs:

Former Ravens Defensive Lineman Lional “Jellyroll” Dalton discussed his new book “What The Hell Happened To Us?,” his impressions of Lamar Jackson and memories of the Super Bowl XXXV run ahead of the 20th anniversary:

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed another big win and not wanting Jackson to be sacked four times even in a victory:

Navy cornerback Cameron Kinley discussed how his team managed to right the ship after a disastrous loss to BYU and then falling behind 24-0 at Tulane before bouncing back to win thanks in part to his big interception late in the first half:

Former Maryland governor Bob Ehrlich discussed his push to have high school fall sports return in the state, particularly meaningful to him because his son Joshua is the quarterback at Broadneck:

NFL Network and analyst Jeffri Chadiha discussed what the Ravens will need to do in order to beat the Chiefs Sept. 28:

Chiefs radio color analyst and former wide receiver Danan Hughes discussed what the Chargers did successfully against Kansas City and how the Ravens can attempt to replicate it:

ESPN analyst Dick Vitale discussed the pressure Mark Turgeon faces, why he’s opposed to allowing all schools to participate in the 2021 NCAA Tournament (as has been proposed by ACC coaches) and his new book “The Lost Season,” which examines what might have been in the 2020 Tournament:

Ravens color analyst and former fullback Obafemi Ayanbadejo discussed why he believes they’ll need to be totally run-focused to beat the Chiefs:

Author Jeff Pearlman discussed his outstanding new book “Three Ring Circus,” diving into the Shaquille O’Neal/Kobe Bryant-era Lakers:

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