In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Ravens punter Sam Koch discussed tying Terrell Suggs’ all-time career games played record (which he is slated to break Oct. 18 against the Eagles):
Ravens offensive lineman Patrick Mekari discussed getting back into the mix at right guard in the win against the Bengals and how the team has handled COVID protocols this season:
Former Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill) discussed why it makes sense to him that the team has been throwing the ball more this season:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed another win and how the whole team has been playing Call of Duty since they aren’t able to go out due to COVID protocols:
Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed their bounce-back win against Temple (his 100th as Navy coach), the faith he has in kicker Bijan Nichols and the significance of having the Brigade back at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium:
Former NFL defensive lineman Brandon Noble (who is calling Ravens-Eagles for Sports USA Radio) discussed the Ravens’ pass-happiness and whether the Eagles are becoming more of an offensive threat after scoring some points against a solid Steelers defense:
WIP Radio (Philadelphia) analyst and former Eagles offensive tackle Tra Thomas discussed what to expect out of a struggling Carson Wentz in Week 6 and whether breakout receiver Travis Fulgham is for real:
Former 1989 “Why Not” Orioles DH Keith Moreland discussed the Navy-East Carolina game he’s calling for ESPN2 and his memories of that season at Memorial Stadium:
CBS Sports’ Evan Washburn (who is working the Ravens-Eagles broadcast) discussed the Ravens’ offensive inconsistency and why it is reasonable to believe the team is purposely throwing more this season in attempts to improve as a passing team should they fall behind in a later game:
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