PressBox's chief grand poobah Stan "The Fan" Charles joined GCR in studio Tuesday for another round of "Five Words Or Less."
The sports figures discussed this week were:
-"In the most significant action of his career so far, he played 11 minutes against Iowa Sunday night, chipping in six points and four rebounds in a convincing win," Maryland freshman forward Joshua Tomaic-G
-"While reports have swirled that there is trouble between he, quarterback Tom Brady and owner Robert Kraft-he maintained that he plans to remain as head coach next season despite some assertions he may want to coach the Giants," Patriots head coach Bill Belichick-S
-"ESPN chose not to suspend her after she said in an appearance on the VICELAND show "Desus & Mero" that President Donald Trump was a quote "stupid person" unquote. This despite their decision to suspend Jemele Hill for derogatory comments she made about the President on Twitter," popular sports personality Katie Nolan-G
-"With the Orioles in Sarasota for minicamp this week, it came to light that he's still been working out at the team's facility with permission-making some fans wonder if a reunion is imminent," free agent pitcher Chris Tillman-S
-"He has gone after ESPN and writer Jeff Goodman for a story they posted that involved LaVar Ball ripping Lakers head coach Luke Walton. In fact, veteran league writer Sam Amico suggested that several coaches plan to ask their media staffs to pull the credentials of writers who interview the elder Ball," Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle-G
-"Slated to make seven and a half million dollars this season, it is expected that the Ravens will release him although they could bring him back on a reduced salary as his dead money is only two and a half million dollars," veteran receiver Jeremy Maclin-S
-"After we initially were to believe he would be departing for other opportunities, the Ravens instead retained him and gave him the additional title of "assistant head coach," making some fans wonder if Marty Mornhinweg should be looking over his shoulder," Ravens tight ends coach Greg Roman-G
-"Joel Sherman of the New York Post reported the Orioles quote "actually like him a little," and could trade for him if the Yankees eat money or as part of a Manny Machado deal," veteran outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury-S
-"Perhaps he didn't have a massive game last night but he made a huge touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter to tie things up and Ravens fans seem to covet him," Alabama wide receiver Calvin Ridley-G
-"Thanks to a stirring speech at the Golden Globes Sunday night, the world is abuzz regarding the possibility she could choose to run for president in 2020," international icon and former WJZ anchor Oprah Winfrey-S
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