PressBox's chief grand poobah Stan "The Fan" Charles joined Glenn Clark Radio in studio Tuesday.
Among the topics they discussed were:
-"For the second time in three years, he did the seemingly impossible-defeating Alabama in the College Football Playoff Championship Game, completing a season in which his Clemson team became the first in the modern era to go 15-0," Tigers coach Dabo Swinney-G
-"With the season now over-he told reporters that if the Ravens don't want him back-he's going to retire. This seems relevant considering the team would save six and a half million dollars by releasing him-although a restructure would still be possible," Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle-S
-"Many Ravens fans have suggested that with their team now out, they'll root for him to win his first ever Super Bowl-despite the fact that his team eliminated Baltimore this weekend," Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers-G
-"As the season is indeed officially over, so is his tenure as the team's only General Manager...ever. Exactly the nature of his role moving forward however remains unknown," Hall of Fame tight end and would-be Hall of Fame executive Ozzie Newsome-S
-"He has been criticized for saying on ESPN's Get Up yesterday that he does not feel sorry for Bears kicker Cody Parkey after his late miss-albeit tipped-cost Chicago their Wild Card matchup with the Eagles," former Jets coach and long-time Ravens assistant Rex Ryan-G
-"The awkward feelings will continue for Orioles fans as he signed a new three year, 39 million dollar deal to remain with the Yankees," former Birds closer Zach Britton-S
-"Oft-criticized, he put together a solid outing Saturday for the Cowboys-throwing for 226 yards and a touchdown in his first career playoff win," Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott-G
-"Only named on 36.1% of ballots so far, it is clear he will again come up short in Hall of Fame balloting and will now come off the ballot after his tenth year despite coming up just seven home runs shy of 500 for his career," five time All-Star and World Series champion Fred McGriff-S
-"There's simply no real way for me to describe this, so I think I'll just let you guys listen.
is the audio of him addressing his team after their win over the Texans on Saturday," Colts owner Jim Irsay-G
-"Sadly he passed away this weekend at the age of 75. Known as "The Killer," he played 11 years in the NFL including nine with the Baltimore Colts," former Defensive End and Super Bowl V champion Roy Hilton-S
If you missed the conversation, click play below to listen.