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

Former Ravens running back Le’Ron McClain discussed the team’s struggles and why he wants to talk to Antonio Brown about potential CTE issues:

FOX play-by-play voice Adam Amin discussed what he saw in the Ravens’ loss to the Rams, including Tyler Huntley’s struggles and whether he’s concerned about Lamar Jackson’s issues against the blitz:

Former Ravens defensive back Gary Baxter discussed his 2004 hit that knocked out Tommy Maddox and began Ben Roethlisberger’s Hall of Fame career:

Former Jaguars defensive end and ESPN 690 (Jacksonville) host Austen Lane discussed why the Ravens probably shouldn’t expect to get any help from the Jaguars to make the playoffs:

WJZ analyst and former Ravens wide receiver Qadry Ismail discussed the Steelers-Ravens matchup and colorfully explained why he believes Ravens fans should boo Roethlisberger in his final game:

Maryland athletic director Damon Evans discussed winning the Pinstripe Bowl and why he did not like national media members criticizing the Maryland fan base in the aftermath of their split with Mark Turgeon:

Former Ravens linebacker Adalius Thomas — the first player to ever intercept Roethlisberger — discussed his memories of facing the quarterback and why he doesn’t think the Ravens and Ravens fans should honor him before or during the game:

WBAL’s Pete Gilbert discussed what it was like to make his NFL play-by-play debut as he filled in for Gerry Sandusky on the Week 17 Rams-Ravens game:

Baltimore native Summer Britcher discussed qualifying for the 2022 Beijing Olympics, her third career Olympic luge team:

CBS NFL play-by-play voice Ian Eagle discussed what the Week 18 broadcast will look like with the game still mattering for both teams and it being Roethlisberger’s final game:

Former Steelers quarterback and current radio network host Charlie Batch discussed the Ravens-Steelers matchup and how Pittsburgh might replace Roethlisberger next season:

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