Ravens tight end Nick Boyle, Lamar Jackson's personal quarterback coach Joshua Harris and Ravens fourth-round pick Ben Powers were among those who joined Glenn Clark Radio recently. Here's what they had to say.
"I guess they did play a part. I wasn't going to fly them because I don't think they could sit on my lap, and I'm not going to put them in cargo because that would make me feel bad. I would have been having a heart attack on the plane. I'm so glad it all worked out to stay here. The dogs are probably happy because they didn't know what they were going to get into if they had to go across the country."
- Ravens tight end Nick Boyle April 19 on the role his two rescue dogs played in his decision to re-sign in Baltimore
"From my conversations with them, we are on the same page that we're thinking long term with Lamar. ... All of our objectives [are] to make Lamar Jackson the ultimate weapon who can throw [and] who can run."
- Lamar Jackson's personal quarterback coach Joshua Harris April 18 on his and the Ravens' priority this offseason
"Every offensive lineman is so grateful for an explosive wide receiver like that because there'll be big plays and you'll be like, 'Hell yeah, man, I get off the field, head to the sideline, we scored a touchdown.' You go catch a breather. That's why an explosive wide receiver like that is one of an offensive lineman's best friends, because they could score from anywhere on the field."
- Ravens fourth-round pick and former Oklahoma left guard Ben Powers May 1 on Ravens first-rounder and fellow Sooner Marquise Brown
"The first time I was like, 'What? That's not going to catch on.' When I started seeing the numbers and started creeping closer and closer to the record I thought, 'OK, maybe it's all right, a bunch of grown men calling me 'Sack Daddy.' I'm cool with that.'"
- Ravens third-round pick, former Louisiana Tech edge rusher and all-time FBS sacks leader Jaylon Ferguson April 30 on his "Sack Daddy" nickname
"A lot of different emotions and almost too short of a time frame to really express in words. It's just an iconic race, it's where the wheelchair marathons got started. I think it's on pretty much everyone's list of races to win. It's just an incredible experience."