With so many interviews and sports conversations during the course of the year, it’s always hard to pick the highlights. But here are a few 2020 Glenn Clark Radio interviews that stand out.

Former Ravens Safety Eric Weddle

Former Ravens safety Eric Weddle discussed his decision to retire from the NFL after 13 seasons:

Raiders Tight End Darren Waller

Raiders tight end Darren Waller discussed his incredible path from a battle with addiction during his time with the Ravens to becoming one of the best players in the NFL:

Ravens Offensive Lineman Bradley Bozeman

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and wife Nikki Bozeman discussed their anti-bullying RV Tour stop in Amarillo, Texas, where Glenn challenged Bradley to attempt the 72-ounce steak challenge at The Big Texan, then checked back in the next morning after Bradley completed the challenge:

Mayor Brandon Scott

Before the primary election, now-Mayor Brandon Scott discussed the long-term agreement to keep the Preakness and Pimlico in Baltimore that he was a central part of, and he returned after the election to discuss the sports landscape amid the #BlackLivesMatter movement:

Former Maryland Point Guard Anthony Cowan Jr.

Former Maryland point guard Anthony Cowan Jr. discussed the heartbreak of the NCAA Tournament being canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, winning the Big Ten regular-season title and why he’ll always consider the Terrapins to have been national champions:

Former Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Coach Dave Pietramala

Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala discussed mutually parting ways with the school after 20 seasons, his favorite moments and what could be next:

Ravens Linebacker Patrick Queen

Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen discussed before the draft what it would mean to be selected by the Ravens and then returned the morning after the draft to discuss going to the Ravens in the first round:

Former Orioles Manager Phil Regan

Former Orioles manager Phil Regan discussed the life of his former Tigers teammate and baseball legend Al Kaline (Southern High School) after Kaline’s death:

Longtime Ravens VP Kevin Byrne

Longtime Ravens vice president Kevin Byrne discussed his retirement from the franchise he came to Baltimore with from Cleveland:

Former Orioles Slugger Mark Reynolds

Former Orioles slugger Mark Reynolds discussed his career and decision to retire from Major League Baseball:

Orioles Legend Cal Ripken Jr.

Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. discussed watching the ESPN broadcast of 2,131 for the first time ever ahead of the 25th anniversary:

Ravens Defensive Lineman Derek Wolfe

Ravens defensive lineman Derek Wolfe discussed his decision to sign in Baltimore and desire to beat the Steelers:

Ravens Running Back J.K. Dobbins

Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins discussed being selected by the Ravens in the NFL Draft and why wearing No. 27 would be important to him so he could honor his late father:

Dunbar/Maryland Legend Keith Booth

Maryland/Dunbar basketball legend Keith Booth discussed the Michael Jordan/Chicago Bulls 30 For 30 series “The Last Dance,” including his airball in the series’ final episode:

NBA Legend Earl “The Pearl” Monroe

NBA legend Earl “The Pearl” Monroe discussed the life and legacy of his former Baltimore Bullets teammate Wes Unseld after Unseld’s passing:

Action Sports Legend Travis Pastrana

Action sports legend and Annapolis native Travis Pastrana discussed his iconic career and shift into offshore powerboat racing:

Orioles First-Round Pick Heston Kjerstad

Orioles first-round pick Heston Kjerstad discussed — the day before the MLB Draft — what it would mean to be selected by the Orioles and then returned the morning after the draft to discuss what it meant to be taken by Baltimore with the No. 2 pick:

Former Ravens Tight End Benjamin Watson

Former Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson discussed his retirement from the NFL and why he now embraces protest after being unwilling to kneel when the Ravens played in London in 2017:

Former Orioles Slugger Nelson Cruz

Free-agent slugger and former Oriole Nelson Cruz discussed being named the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian of the Year:

Las Vegas Aces Star Angel McCoughtry

Las Vegas Aces star Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) discussed playing the WNBA season in a bubble (or “wubble”) and what it meant to her to be able to wear Louisville police shooting victim Breonna Taylor’s name on the back of her uniform:

Jeremy Conn, Scott Garceau, Donnie Hart and Priestly

The day after PressBox’s 2019 Sportsperson of the Year Mo Gaba passed away, many figures from his life discussed his impact and legacy, including 105.7 The Fan’s Jeremy Conn, Orioles play-by-play voice Scott Garceau, former Orioles pitcher Donnie Hart and Mix 106.5’s Priestly:

Former Orioles Manager Buck Showalter

Former Orioles manager Buck Showalter discussed what Mo Gaba meant to him and the team during his time in Baltimore:

Ravens Punter Sam Koch

Ravens punter Sam Koch discussed breaking Terrell Suggs’ record for most games played in franchise history and being the most accurate passer in NFL history:

Maryland Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa

Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa discussed his big performances in wins against Minnesota and Penn State and why he chose to join the Terrapins after transferring from Alabama:

Former Maryland Star Jalen Smith

Former Maryland star Jalen “Stix” Smith (Mount Saint Joseph) discussed being selected No. 10 overall by the Phoenix Suns in the NBA Draft and how he planned to use his pro money to do something very special for his little sister:

Ravens Fullback Patrick Ricard

Ravens fullback Patrick Ricard discussed his personal experience with COVID-19 and the team’s experience with the outbreak, how he became a “cat guy” and being such a Star Wars nerd that he actually hosts lightsaber fights:

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