Bradley Bozeman, Anthony Levine Sr. and Jalen Smith joined Glenn Clark Radio recently. Check out what they had to say.

“Baltimore’s been our home for the last four years. This place has been so special to us, so good to us. [I] came in as a sixth-round draft pick, just fighting to make it on the team … and then I start for three years, which is very uncommon for a sixth-round draft pick. The opportunities this place has given me, the relationships that I’ve built, the teammates that I have, I’m just so grateful — just very, very grateful. We hope it works out, but we understand it’s a business at the end of the day.”
Ravens center Bradley Bozeman Jan. 24 on his pending free agency

“We all set goals, right? Or at least we all should, right? And one of my goals was to make it to the NFL. Boom, goal checked. A few years into my career with the Ravens, once I was really established as a player and I became ‘Co-Cap,’ I was like, ‘You know what, man, my next goal, I want to do 10 years with the Ravens.’ There’s not a lot of people that have done that. This right here was my 10th year and that was my goal. I said, ‘If I get 10 years with the Ravens, I’m good and I’m done.'”
Former Ravens safety and special teams ace Anthony Levine Sr. Jan. 27 on his decision to retire from the NFL and move into coaching and scouting with Baltimore

“I truly understand it, why he did it. I experienced Maryland fans. I know what they’re about and I know how fair-weather they can get. But at the end of the day, you’ve got to choose your mental health over anything. They were hounding him for a long time. I didn’t like it, either. I tried to speak up on it multiple times, but at the end of the day it doesn’t really do much. I mean, he had a family to look after.”
Former Terps center Jalen Smith, now with the Indiana Pacers, Jan. 24 on his reaction to Mark Turgeon’s departure from Maryland

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Issue 273: February/March 2022

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