In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
USA Today‘s Doug Farrar discussed why he doesn’t think the idea Bucky Brooks suggested — the Ravens allowing Lamar Jackson to “graduate” and not re-sign him — is necessarily crazy:
Baltimore native Johnny Stefanowicz discussed his path from not receiving a college scholarship offer to joining the Marines to now making the U.S. Olympic Wrestling team:
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Falcons beat writer D. Orlando Ledbetter discussed the reality of the Falcons potentially trading wide receiver Julio Jones and whether he would be a fit in Baltimore:
Orioles pitcher Zac Lowther discussed making his major league debut April 25 against the Athletics:
Fox Sports analyst and former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz discussed why he liked the Orlando Brown Jr. trade and whether free agents Alejandro Villanueva or Dennis Kelly could be the Ravens’ starting right tackle next season:
Maryland lacrosse coach John Tillman discussed their undefeated, Big Ten regular-season title and how they might match up with some of the power non-conference teams:
Ravens running back Gus Edwards discussed his own experience going undrafted, why Brooks’ suggestion to not re-sign Jackson is “crazy” and the good and bad of Mark Ingram being let go (from the “Project Gameday Draft Special” with Jeremy Conn and Ken Zalis):
Former Ravens and Minnesota wide receiver Ron Johnson (now an analyst for 100.3 KFAN and Fox 9 in Minneapolis) discussed what kind of fit Rashod Bateman will be in Baltimore:
Big Ten Network analyst and former Illinois and NFL fullback Howard Griffith discussed the Ravens’ selections of Bateman and former Penn State edge rusher Odafe Oweh:
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