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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Aug. 12-16, 2019

August 17, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Legendary former Baltimore Colts linebacker "Mad Dog" Mike Curtis discussed the possibility of being part of next year's Hall of Fame senior committee "super class": 

Former Ravens coach Brian Billick, now an analyst for NFL Network and Ravens preseason games on WBAL, discussed whether the Ravens could truly "revolutionize" offense this season: 

Aberdeen Ironbirds pitcher and Orioles 22nd-round pick Jake Lyons (Oklahoma State) discussed pitching the first five innings of the Ironbirds' first-ever no-hitter this week: 

MASN play-by-play voice Gary Thorne discussed his enthusiastic calls this week as the Orioles struggled against Gleyber Torres and the Yankees: 

Bowie Baysox infielder Jesse Valentin discussed his strong second half of the season, growing up around the game because of his father (Jose) and his friendship with former Orioles second baseman Roberto Alomar: 

Sports Illustrated MLB writer Jon Tayler discussed his column calling for the Orioles (and teams that "tank") to be relegated and why he believes the system is to blame more than the team: 

Hall of Fame wide receiver and Packers preseason analyst James Lofton discussed expectations for Aaron Rodgers and why he believes the Ravens can win a Super Bowl with the offense they've designed for Lamar Jackson: 

Ravens icon Ray Lewis discussed Lamar Jackson, Donald Trump's comments about Baltimore and his "No Excuses" boot camp this weekend: 

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