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

NFL Network reporter (and former Washington Mystic) Stacey Dales discussed what she saw from the Ravens in their win over the Colts and why Dez Bryant’s return to the field is particularly meaningful:

Ravens running back Gus Edwards discussed the good (a touchdown) and bad (a rare fumble) of the win against the Colts and why he expects the Ravens to go up-tempo more moving forward:

CBS reporter Evan Washburn discussed what he saw from the Ravens in their win against the Colts and how they might need to be different the rest of the way this season:

Director Rob Ford discussed his HBO documentary “The Cost Of Winning,” which focused on the story of coach Biff Poggi and St. Frances football:

Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa discussed why even he couldn’t have imagined how successful they’d be early in the season and what it means to him to have a chance to help rewrite Michael Locksley’s coaching narrative:

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed the win against the Colts (including Bradley nearly accidentally tripping J.K. Dobbins!) and why it’s OK to put your Christmas decorations up before Thanksgiving:

Ravens radio analyst and former Super Bowl champion fullback Femi Ayanbadejo discussed why he’s optimistic about the direction the Ravens’ offense is headed in:

Patriots play-by-play voice Bob Socci (with guest co-host Pete Medhurst, the voice of Navy Athletics) discussed the Nov. 15 Ravens-Patriots matchup and what Veterans Day means to him from his own time at the Naval Academy:

Eight-time PGA Tour winner Fred Funk (Maryland) discussed The Masters and becoming just the fourth person (Jack Nicklaus, Sam Snead, Tom Watson) age 64 or older to make the cut at a PGA Tour event, doing so at the Bermuda Championship:

Former Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith (Maryland) discussed his nonprofit Level 82 taking over Baltimore’s Hilton Rec Center and why Lamar Jackson’s comments about defenses recognizing the Ravens’ plays isn’t as earth shattering as you might think:

Dodgers reliever Adam Kolarek (Maryland/Catonsville HS) discussed his unique path to his first World Series title and how it was a culmination of a dream he shared with his father Frank, who came just short of reaching the major leagues in his own baseball career:

Former Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb discussed the strange Lamar Jackson-Kyler Murray debate and why he’s not too worked up about Jackson’s comments either:

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