In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” play-by-play voice Steve Levy discussed (before the Chiefs game) what it’s like calling games involving Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes:
WJZ analyst and former Ravens Super Bowl champion wide receiver Qadry Ismail discussed the Ravens’ loss to the Chiefs and why he doesn’t think they need to alter their roster because of it:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, discussed the disappointing loss, how they can get better moving forward, Nikki being one of the first fans to attend a game this season and using robots as they helped serve the community:
Westwood One analyst and former NFL offensive tackle Tony Boselli discussed the Ravens’ loss to the Chiefs and what they’ll need to do differently to be able to beat them in the future:
CBS play-by-play voice Andrew Catalon discussed why he doesn’t expect the Ravens’ loss to the Chiefs to linger with them emotionally (he’s calling their game against Washington Oct. 4):
NBC Sports Washington analyst and former All-Pro Brian Mitchell discussed the Baltimore-Washington game, whether running back Antonio Gibson could be a problem for the Ravens and what he thinks the Ravens will need to do to overcome the Chiefs:
Morgan State legend Corin “Tiny” Adams discussed becoming only the fifth female coach ever to become a Division I men’s assistant coach by joining Tavaras Hardy’s staff at Loyola:
Former NFL quarterback and current radio host Sean Salisbury discussed the Ravens’ loss to the Chiefs, their need to stay committed to the run and why Lamar Jackson shouldn’t be running any less:
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