In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Epidemiologist Dr. Zachary Binney (Emory University) discussed why he is comfortable with the NFL playing games despite the COVID-19 outbreak, just not having fans in the stands:
Steelers safety Jordan Dangerfield (Towson) discussed how they have gotten off to such a great start, how they avoided distractions as the NFL shifted when their game against the Ravens would be played and his partnership with the “Show Your Soft Side” nonprofit:
NBC play-by-play voice Mike Tirico discussed the odd nature of Ravens-Steelers and the Ravens’ offensive struggles even before the COVID-19 outbreak:
Yahoo! Sports NFL writer Frank Schwab discussed the Ravens’ loss to the Steelers, specifically their clock management issues late in the first half:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman discussed what the last two weeks have been like amid the COVID-19 outbreak and his pride in the team’s effort against the Steelers:
Longtime former ESPN NFL host Trey Wingo discussed his departure from the network, his new show “Half-Forgotten Memories,” the NFL seemingly “forcing” games to be played amid the COVID-19 outbreak and why the Ravens’ offensive struggles before the outbreak didn’t surprise him:
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