In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Orioles pitcher Dean Kremer discussed his start to the season, trying to trust his curveball more and the appreciation he received from Wizards rookie Deni Avdija:
NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal discussed why he only had Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta 17th on his ranking of drafting GM’s:
Steelers Nation Radio host and former NFL scout Matt Williamson discussed what Alejandro Villanueva would bring to the Ravens:
NFLPA vice president Lorenzo Alexander discussed what it means that the Ravens and other teams will skip out on voluntary OTA’s and whether this might mark the end of veterans attending voluntary OTA’s at all:
Former UMBC men’s basketball coach Ryan Odom discussed leaving the program for the same position at Utah State and why he expects big things from new Retrievers coach Jim Ferry:
Marlins reliever and former Oriole Richard Bleier discussed playing for his hometown team, John Means’ success and why he’s opposed to MLB’s “double hook” rule proposal:
Maryland linebacker Ruben Hyppolite discussed how the Terps will build off the success they found in a small sample size last year and his desire to be like Ray Lewis:
Incoming Maryland basketball transfer Ian Martinez discussed his path from Costa Rica to California to the University of Utah to now being a Terp:
FOX NFL rules analyst Mike Pereira discussed the expanded role for replay officials this year but the Ravens’ “sky judge” proposal again not being passed:
NFL Network Draft analyst Charles Davis discussed why the Ravens shouldn’t be dissuaded by Penn State edge rusher Jayson Oweh having no sacks last season and should select him at No. 27:
George Mason men’s basketball coach Kim English (Randallstown) discussed becoming a head coach for the time at just the age of 32:
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