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

Ravens linebacker Chris Board discussed the win over the Eagles, his big pass defense on Zach Ertz and what it meant to go up against his former North Dakota State teammate Carson Wentz:

CBS Sports play-by-place voice Ian Eagle discussed why fans are right to still be a bit disappointed by the Ravens’ offensive performance against the Eagles (and in general of late) even though they’re still fine overall:

Ravens wide receiver James Proche discussed sealing the win against the Eagles with his onside kick recovery, hoping to see his role expand after the bye and why he’s not playing as much Call of Duty as his teammates:

Rays television analyst and former MLB pitcher Brian Anderson discussed how the Rays got to the World Series, the Randy Arozarena phenomenon and how important Brandon Lowe (Maryland) has been to their franchise:

Former Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill) discussed why he believes the team’s best football is ahead of them and why he would like to see them pursue Antonio Brown:

Dodgers TV analyst and former Orioles second baseman Jerry Hairston Jr. discussed the Dodgers’ dominant run to the World Series and what Adam Kolarek (Maryland/Catonsville High School) has done to help them get there:

Big Ten Network analyst and former Illinois and NFL linebacker J Leman discussed Maryland’s season opener at Northwestern and why he expects to see much more of Taulia Tagovailoa than Lance LeGendre at quarterback:

Maryland Sports executive director Terry Hasseltine discussed the announcement of the 2021 Maryland Cycling Classic and the estimated $20 million economic impact of the event for the state:

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed the offensive line’s issues with penalties in the win against the Eagles and how they spent a very strange bye week:

Big Ten Network analyst and former NFL and Illinois fullback Howard Griffith discussed Maryland’s quarterback situation and what reasonable expectations are for Michael Locksley’s second season after an extraordinarily strange offseason:

Former Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason discussed why the team’s acquisition of pass rusher Yannick Ngakoue makes sense and why he wouldn’t be on board with the team acquiring Antonio Brown:

Ravens tight end Nick Boyle discussed his partnership with “Show Your Soft Side,” his touchdown catch and dance in the win against the Eagles, his excitement for Ngakoue and the return of even a small number of fans at M&T Bank Stadium and what the offense needs to clean up:

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