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:
-"While everyone is talking about Jarvis Landry, he could also be an interesting receiver addition after a down 2017 season," Redskins free agent Terrelle Pryor-G
-"The balance of power in the National League could perhaps have shifted after the Cubs signed him to a six year deal this weekend," four time All-Star pitcher Yu Darvish-S
-"Maryland tries to keep faint NCAA Tournament hopes alive tonight when they visit Nebraska. One issue that has plagued them is that he's had to play at least 39 minutes in each of the last eight games," Terps point guard Anthony Cowan-G
-"MASN's Roch Kubatko reported the Orioles are still talking to the Astros about the possibility of putting together a trade to acquire him," Houston pitcher Collin McHugh-S
-"A guest last week on GCR, he's a popular name among Ravens fans and could be a Friday night Draft pick this year," former Maryland receiver DJ Moore-G
-"Just two years after he was a finalist for the Maryland job that ultimately went to DJ Durkin, he is now the new head coach of the Indianapolis Colts after winning a Super Bowl as Eagles Offensive Coordinator," former Terps quarterback Frank Reich-S
-"He's reportedly being considered by the Wizards after being released by the Jazz who acquired him in a deal with the Cavaliers," former NBA MVP Derrick Rose-G
-"Veteran baseball writer Phil Rogers Tweeted this weekend that after the Cubs acquired Darvish, the Orioles should call them about his availability as they might desire one of Baltimore's bullpen arms," Chicago pitcher Mike Montgomery-S
-"Massachusetts newspaper The Eagle-Tribune reports Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is considering retirement and a future in Hollywood after advisement from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and this superstar," legendary actor Sylvester Stallone-G
-"As ESPN continues to look for a replacement for Jon Gruden on Monday Night Football, he remains under consideration and is believed to be at the top of their wish list," future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning-S
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