PressBox's chief grand poobah Stan "The Fan" Charles joined Glenn Clark Radio in studio Tuesday for another round of "Five Words Or Less."
The sports figures discussed this week were:
-"As it turns out, you indeed cursed him by making him your number one pick in one of your leagues. He'll miss multiple weeks with a wrist injury suffered in Week 1," Cardinals running back David Johnson-G
-"We'll see how long he can keep it up but he was brilliant Sunday, tallying two sacks, forcing a fumble and even having a pass go off his helmet en route to a Lardarius Webb interception," soon to be 35 year old Ravens legend Terrell Suggs-S
-"He was crisp in his first career start Saturday, going 13 of 16 for 163 yards and two touchdowns in the air while adding another 41 yards on the ground in Maryland's blowout win over Towson," Terps freshman quarterback Kasim Hill-G
-"Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor got plenty of attention leading up to their super fight in August, but his battle with Canelo Alvarez this Saturday-likely boxing's actual fight of the year-has not had nearly the buildup," Kazakh star "Triple G" Gennady Golovkin-S
-"Your pick to win the U.S. Open, she nearly pulled it off but fell just short when she lost to Sloane Stephens in the final," 22 year old American Madison Keys-G
-"It looks like perhaps he could end up being the Orioles' right fielder to start next season after he was called up from Double A Bowie last week," 22 year old prospect Austin Hays-S
-"His Monday Night Football debut went...well...not so great. He stumbled over his first sideline report and ESPN never went back to him during the Broncos/Chargers broadcast," Mexican born broadcaster Sergio Dipp
-"There were plenty of doubts about him going into the season, but in the opener he delivered 4.2 yards per carry and a touchdown in the win over the Bengals," Ravens running back Terrance West-S
-"Calling the U.S. players quote "soft, underperforming tattooed millionaires," he laid into seemingly every member of the U.S. Men's National Team recently during a FOX broadcast due to the team's World Cup qualifying struggles," U.S. legend Alexi Lalas-G
-"And finally a story that just seems impossible. His wife gave birth to the couple's sixth child recently and his 14th overall. Even more astounding is that it isn't the first child but actually the THIRD he's had in the years since he had a vasectomy," former Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie-S
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