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:
-"While most people were watching football Sunday, he survived an epic five set battle with Daniil Medvedev in the U.S. Open final to claim his 19th grand slam title, moving him within one of Roger Federer for most all-time," 33 year old Spaniard Rafael Nadal-G
-"Most of the conversation from the Ravens' win has been about quarterback Lamar Jackson but his Baltimore debut was a 107 yard effort with a pair of touchdowns that included a 49 yard scamper on his very first touch with the team," free agent acquisition Mark Ingram-S
-"With Jimmy Smith set to miss a few weeks, we'll likely be seeing more of him after he came in to replace Smith against the Dolphins," second year Ravens cornerback Anthony Averett-G
-"Somewhat surprisingly, he was let go by the Red Sox less than a season after assembling a World Series champion," former President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski-S
-"After receiving an ungodly amount of attention this offseason, the start of his 2019 campaign was disastrous, throwing three interceptions in the Browns' 43-13 loss to the Titans Sunday," Cleveland quarterback Baker Mayfield-G
-"To the surprise of literally no one on the planet, when Antonio Brown managed to get himself away from the Raiders, who was there to scoop him up but him-signing Brown to a one year deal to join a roster that almost certainly doesn't need the help," Patriots head coach Bill Belicheck-S
-"As he and Keith Olbermann reunited Friday night to celebrate ESPN's 40th anniversary, they playfully flirted with the idea of a more regular reunion but ultimately left that possibility unanswered," legendary broadcaster Dan Patrick-G
-"His first trip back to Baltimore is this Sunday and he returns after posting two sacks and a forced fumble in his season opener against the Lions," Cardinals pass rusher Terrell Suggs-S
-"Stay with me because this is a humdinger. He has since apologized, but it has come as little solace. His school was hosting a field hockey tournament this weekend and as Temple and Maine were set to play a second overtime, officials instead came to the field and forced the teams to stop playing because...no joke...they were using the field to sett off fireworks ahead of their home football game-which was being played in an adjacent stadium. The field hockey game was registered as an exhibition. You're not missing anything," Kent State athletic director Joel Nielsen-G
-"Sadly he died last week at the age of 77 after a brief Orioles career that included both pitching a no hitter and winning Game 2 of the 1970 World Series," Mount St. Joe alum Tom Phoebus-S
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