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 of now we don't know any confirmed candidates to be the Orioles' next baseball executive but it has been reported that the Orioles reached out to the Blue Jays during the season to gauge his potential interest and his name seems to be the hottest on the market," Toronto VP and former Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington-S
-"Three more drops Sunday brought him to eight for the season, a staggering total for a player expected to be a reliable target for Joe Flacco this season," Ravens receiver Michael Crabtree-G
-"If Crabtree got the brunt of Baltimore's anger for the loss to the Browns, he got the second most for calling just 23 designed run plays to 61 designed pass plays despite the Ravens never trailing by more than six points," Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg-S
-"Last night he surpassed Peyton Manning, becoming the NFL quarterback that has thrown for the most yards all time," future Hall of Fame Saints quarterback Drew Brees-G
-"He has been baseball's breakout star of the second half of the season, combining a near Triple Crown performance with reaching base eight more times in the NLDS as his team is four wins shy of their first World Series trip since 1982," Christian Yelich-S
-"We don't know how hot his seat is but we know that among those criticizing him for punting on 4th and short in Houston territory in overtime Sunday night is his own boss Jerry Jones," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett-G
-"There appears to be no further punishment coming for him after he apologized for using the idiom 'chink in the armor' while discussing Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka this weekend," TBS analyst and former MLB pitcher Ron Darling-S
-"Despite criticism, he wouldn't apologize for an interview he gave to ESPN Sunday in which he seemingly questioned his quarterback Eli Manning and refused to say he was happy with the Giants overall," star receiver Odell Beckham Jr.-G
-"Baseball Twitter wasn't particularly kind to him last night, as he had three calls at first base overturned in the ALDS," controversial umpire Angel Hernandez-S
-"While it looks less likely that Idris Elba will be the next James Bond, we also now know that it won't be a female portraying the character. She said in an interview with The Guardian that quote 'Bond is male. He's a male character. He was written as a male and I think he'll probably stay as a male. And that's fine. We don't have to turn male characters into women," 007 Executive Producer Barbara Broccoli-G
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