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:
-"ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick wrote that if the Orioles do move on from Dan Duquette, they would likely either bring in a former GM currently out of the game because they'd be less likely to want full authority OR hire someone like him because he understands how things work in an organization run by Peter Angelos," O's Director of Player Development Brian Graham-S
-"For some reason, he's getting a UFC title shot in the not too distant future-this despite having not actually won a UFC fight in eight years," WWE heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar-G
-"As much as Orioles fans are happy for them, it's still a little difficult to stomach that both he and Nick Markakis are All-Stars this year-both in their fourth years of their contracts after the Orioles wouldn't go longer than three years with offers following the 2014 season," Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz-S
-"Arguably in the best year of his pro career, he has a chance to make his first career grand slam semifinal with a win tomorrow against Milos Raonic at Wimbledon," 33 year old American John Isner-G
-"The Wizards are taking a chance on him despite the fact that none of the teams that have employed him lately have seemed to want to have him around very long," eight time All-Star center Dwight Howard-S
-"Trade rumors surrounding him had died down recently but the Boston Sports Journal's Greg Bedard reported yesterday that because he hasn't received an extension, teams throughout the NFL still believe that the Patriots are willing to deal him," All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski-G
-"Just three weeks away from the trade deadline, we still don't know if he'll be willing to waive his 10 and 5 rights. But he did say in an interview with Gary Thorne this weekend that ideally the Orioles can do what the Yankees did with Aroldis Chapman and re-sign players after dealing them at the deadline," Orioles outfielder Adam Jones-S
-"Take it for what it is, but ESPN's Stephen A. Smith predicted that with LeBron James in tow now, the Lakers will end up firing Luke Walton and bring him back to be head coach," 72 year old Phil Jackson-G
-"Last week he continued his dominance, eating a new record of 74 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes to claim his 11th 4th of July hot dog eating title," American champion and regular GCR guest Joey Chestnut-S
-"Sporting News reported that while ESPN is working with him on a new contract extension, FOX has also expressed interest with hopes of bringing his show to the Big Ten Network," longtime SEC bloviator Paul Finebaum-G
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