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

Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson discussed getting his first sack of the season in the win against Washington and how accountable the team has been to each other in terms of COVID:

Preakness winning trainer Kenny McPeek discussed how he knew the filly Swiss Skydiver would be capable of running with the boys and finding a last-minute replacement in rider Robby Albarado:

The Athletic’s Mike Sando discussed the Ravens’ pass-happiness this season and what NFL executives think they’ll need to do in order to beat the Chiefs next time:

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed Bradley’s excellent spike after Mark Ingram’s touchdown run vs. Washington and using actual robots during their charity events this year to prevent possible COVID exposure:

The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec discussed what the Ravens could do before the NFL’s trade deadline and why he’s not convinced they’ll ever sign left tackle Ronnie Stanley to a long-term contract extension …

WBAL’s Pete Gilbert discussed his memories of the late Vince Bagli, who gave Gilbert his first opportunity in broadcasting:

Former NFL safety and current Pro Football Focus and SiriusXM NFL Radio analyst Solomon Wilcots discussed what the Ravens will need to do to get over the Chiefs hump and why Ravens fans should “enjoy the ride” a bit more:

WLW (Cincinnati) talk show host and former NFL linebacker Rocky Boiman discussed Joe Burrow’s solid start to the season ahead of the Bengals’ visit to Baltimore and the struggles of Cincinnati’s offensive line to keep Burrow upright:

ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio discussed how impressed he’s been with the Ravens as a whole but admittedly how surprised he’s been that they’ve thrown the ball so much:

Maryland wide receiver Jeshaun Jones discussed finally getting a chance to return to the field after a tumultuous year of ACL recovery and confusion about when the season might happen due to COVID-19:

Former Ravens wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones discussed coming back to Baltimore to be the new receivers coach at Calvert Hall:

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