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

Former Maryland basketball star and current Westwood One analyst Greivis Vasquez discussed wanting to be more involved with Maryland basketball now with Kevin Willard taking over:

Former NFL general manager and The Athletic analyst Randy Mueller discussed why he believes the Ravens should actually draft a quarterback early in the midst of the ongoing saga with Lamar Jackson’s contract:

New Bowie Baysox play-by-play voice Matt Sabados discussed the Orioles prospects he’s most interested in seeing this year and his own path to his new role, including wanting to #EndTheStigma of Asperger’s Syndrome:

ESPN NFL Insider Jeremy Fowler discussed whether Seahawks receiver D.K. Metcalf can actually be had in a trade and why he “wouldn’t be too worried” about Jackson’s contract situation:

Former Orioles pitcher Rick Sutcliffe discussed this week’s 30th anniversary of the first game at Camden Yards and the memento he and Cal Ripken Jr. shared from the game:

Former Maryland interim basketball coach Danny Manning discussed his disappointment in not being the full-time head coach but still being grateful for his time with the Terps:

Former Orioles president Larry Lucchino discussed the 30th anniversary of the first game at Camden Yards and why he’s OK with the fences being moved back but disappointed that the taller fence will eliminate home run robberies:

Minnesota edge rusher and potential Ravens NFL Draft target Boye Mafe discussed what makes him unique among the edge rushers in this year’s class, his relationship with Rashod Bateman and what the Ravens’ defensive legacy means to him:

Actor and Baltimore native Delante Desouza (Poly/University of Maryland) discussed his role as former Lakers star Michael Cooper on HBO’s “Winning Time” and the star of “The Wire” who inspired his career in acting:

All-Big Ten Maryland offensive tackle Spencer Anderson discussed how the team is hoping to build off of their 7-6 season and Pinstripe Bowl victory:

Baltimore Police commissioner Michael Harrison discussed the BPD’s recruitment push, Opening Day and fans who don’t feel safe coming downtown for Orioles and Ravens games:

Baltimore-born boxer Hasim Rahman Jr. discussed his April 29 fight against Kenzie Morrison (the son of Tommy Morrison) and wanting to become the first son of a heavyweight champion to become a heavyweight champion himself:

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