In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
USA Today baseball columnist Bob Nightengale discussed MLB and the MLBPA failing to come to an agreement and the life and legacy of former USA Today writer Mel Antonen:
Big Ten Network analyst and former Iowa standout Jess Settles discussed the up-and-down season for Aaron Wiggins and Maryland:
Wisconsin safety Eric Burrell (McDonogh) discussed his path to this point in his career and why being drafted by his hometown Ravens might actually be a little odd since he grew up rooting for the Steelers:
Towson lacrosse coach Shawn Nadelen discussed the start of the Tigers’ season after struggling during a shortened 2020 campaign:
Pro Football Network draft analyst Tony Pauline discussed players that stood out at the Senior Bowl and which receivers and edge rushers would make the most sense for the Ravens with the 27th pick:
Southern Miss safety Ky’el Hemby (John Carroll) discussed his wild path to this point, getting to know Adalius Thomas while being roommates with Thomas’ son at Southern Miss and would it would mean to be drafted by the Ravens since he grew up rooting for them:
Maryland athletic director Damon Evans discussed the name/image/likeness bill introduced in the state legislature this week, the school’s partnership with the Jordan McNair Foundation, Mark Turgeon’s contract and more:
Ravens tight end Nick Boyle discussed his rehab from a significant leg injury and agreeing to a new two-year contract:
State Sen. Justin Ready discussed the bipartisan name/image/likeness bill he introduced for Maryland college athletes and hopes to see passed for the next academic year:
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