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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Dec. 17-21, 2018

December 22, 2018
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former Ravens (and Steelers) quarterback Kordell Stewart discussed why he isn't concerned about the historic number of carries Lamar Jackson has had so far since taking over as the Ravens' starting quarterback: 

FOX analyst and former NFL offensive lineman Mark Schlereth discussed what he saw while calling Ravens-Buccaneers and why he doesn't think John Harbaugh's future should come down to whether he beats the Chargers: 

NFL Network reporter James Palmer discussed what he saw while he was in Baltimore covering Ravens-Buccaneers and how the situation with John Harbaugh could be similar to the end of Andy Reid's tenure in Philadelphia: 

Maryland basketball legend Walt Williams discussed, "Lessons From Lenny," a book about the late Len Bias that he co-authored with Tony Massenburg, and his thoughts on this season's Terps: 

Hall of Fame quarterback and NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner discussed the Ravens-Chargers game he's calling and why he wouldn't put Joe Flacco in for a healthy Lamar Jackson, even if the Ravens fell behind by multiple scores: 

Consensus four-star Maryland wide receiver commit Isaiah Hazel (Dr. Henry A. Wise) discussed why he chose to flip his commitment from West Virginia to Maryland after Mike Locksley's hiring: 

Westwood One analyst and former NFL offensive lineman Ross Tucker discussed why he'd love to play in the Ravens' offense currently and why he'd bring back John Harbaugh but not give him an extension: 

NBC and NFL Network play-by-play voice Mike Tirico discussed Ravens-Chargers, preparing to call a game involving such a surprising offense as the Ravens and more: 

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