In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
The Athletic Colts writer Bob Kravitz discussed what the Ravens will be getting in newly signed edge rusher Justin Houston:
SI’s Grant Wahl discussed the USMNT’s CONCACAF Gold Cup title and why former Terp Eryk Williamson deserves a look in World Cup qualifying:
Bowie Baysox corner infielder and Orioles prospect Toby Welk discussed his sudden power surge since getting called up and continuing to defy the odds by reaching the Double-A level after playing Division III baseball in college at Penn State Berks:
Former Terps and NFL linebacker D’Qwell Jackson discussed being selected for induction to the Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame and why he’s so passionately supportive of Michael Locksley (including a tremendous story about Locksley once talking him OUT of transferring to Illinois to join him):
NFL Network’s Jeffri Chadiha discussed his visit to Ravens training camp, the impact of Lamar Jackson’s vaccination status and why Sammy Watkins is so significant in the evolution of Baltimore’s offense:
Triple-A Norfolk knuckleballer Mickey Jannis discussed his remarkable path to finally making the major leagues with the Orioles this year at the age of 33 and why he’s working so hard to get back:
Legendary Maryland soccer coach Sasho Cirovski discussed his selection for induction to the Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame, the success Williamson and Donovan Pines found in the Gold Cup and championship expectations for 2021 after a trying 2020 season:
Sports epidemiologist Dr. Zachary Binney discussed why we should still be able to have full, maskless outdoor stadiums this fall despite the Delta variant of COVID-19, Lamar Jackson’s situation and why vaccine hesitancy is largely unfounded:
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