Glenn Younes joined the BBC Radio Breakfast Show in London to talk about Baltimore native Michael Phelps.
Jerry Coleman was live at Ravens training camp and called into the Glenn Younes Show to breakdown what he saw today, Ed Reed, and more.
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CBS Sports Ravens Correspondent Jason Butt joined the Glenn Younes Show to talk about Ravens Training Camp so far.
Ravens Training camp started last week and 105.7 The Fan’s Rob Long was present. He called into the Glenn Younes Show to talk about what he observed.
…no team in baseball has ever had two starters being paid more than 20 million dollars a season, and now the Phillies have three.
After reading a text bashing Ed Reed hoping that he doesn’t play this season so he can’t collect his salary, Glenn loses it and spends the next ten minutes ranting about the power balance in the NFL.
The one and only, 105.7′s own Jerry Coleman called into the Glenn Younes Show to talk about the first day of Ravens training camp at the Under Armor Performance Center.
Ravens Defensive Back Lardarius Webb joined the Glenn Younes Show to preview the upcoming season.
Glenn Younes joined the Gary Stein Show over the weekend to talk more about the future of Ed Reed with the Baltimore Ravens, and if current NFLPA Exeutive Director, DeMaurice Smith, is in danger of losing his job. Younes believes that Ed Reed will be on the field come this September. “My opinion alone, I don’t think there is any way he doesn’t play,” he said.
Inspired by 90′s night, Producer Doug and Intern Wiley went to work on Glenn’s own 90′s jam. The result was pure gold. That’s Doug on the lyrics!