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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Aug. 26-30, 2019

August 31, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason discussed Andrew Luck's retirement and his expectations for Lamar Jackson: 



Redskins preseason analyst and former quarterback Joe Theismann discussed Luck's retirement and why he believes the Ravens will make the AFC championship game: 



Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed the start of the 2019 season against Holy Cross Aug. 31: 



Orioles third base prospect Toby Welk discussed his red-hot first pro season, coming from a small school (Penn State Berks) and being promoted from Short-A Aberdeen to Low-A Delmarva: 



Maryland linebacker and Baltimore native Shaq Smith discussed returning home to wrap up his college career after winning two national championships at Clemson and his hopes to keep more local kids in state with Michael Locksley in charge: 



CBS Sports Network analyst and three-time Super Bowl champion 49ers offensive lineman Randy Cross previewed the season for Navy and offered his thoughts on the Ravens' run dominant approach with Lamar Jackson: 



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