In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former Maryland pitcher Sean Burke discussed being drafted in the third round of the MLB Draft by the White Sox:

Former Saints and Dolphins general manager Randy Mueller discussed the impact Lamar Jackson’s COVID-19 vaccination status could have on the Ravens and whether the team could tie vaccination into his next contract:

Carroll County native Katie Zaferes (North Carroll) discussed winning two Olympics triathlon medals in Tokyo and feeling her late father’s presence during her bronze medal individual race:

Incoming Maryland basketball transfer Xavier Green discussed joining the Terps after playing the last four years at Old Dominion and how important his defense could be for the team:

Former Ravens defensive coordinator and NFL coach Mike Nolan discussed rejoining the team as color analyst for the preseason, what he thinks of the Ravens’ offense with Lamar Jackson and their edge rush issues:

Former Baltimore Colts safety Bruce Laird discussed his frustration in seeing Paul Tagliabue inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame while the likes of Mike Curtis, Raymond Chester and Maxie Baughan remain out:

Maryland cornerback Tarheeb Still discussed building off his successful freshman season and expectations for the 2021 Terps: salary cap analyst and former NFL agent Joel Corry discussed the new contract Josh Allen signed and how it might impact a new deal for Lamar Jackson:

Bowie Baysox pitcher and Orioles prospect Blaine Knight discussed getting his feet back under him this season after a difficult 2019 campaign and missing last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

SiriusXM NFL Radio host and former NFL quarterback Jim Miller discussed his recent visit to Ravens training camp in Owings Mills and why he believes they are the team to beat in the AFC North:

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