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:
-“A certainty to go number one overall in the NFL Draft, he broke the NCAA record for most passing touchdowns in a season in LSU’s convincing win over Clemson in the College Football Playoff Championship Game last night,”-Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow-G
-“He and AJ Hinch were both fired by the Astros yesterday after having been handed one year suspensions and the team hit with the loss of four draft picks for their roles in the sign stealing scandal that revolved around the 2017 World Series,” former Houston General Manager Jeff Luhnow-S
-“With Ravens season unfortunately now over we start shifting focus to the offseason, including his future-PressBox Ravens beat writer Bo Smolka suggested yesterday that he might not be long for Baltimore as the team has already paid Brandon Williams and he’s likely to get top dollar,” free agent Defensive Tackle Michael Pierce-G
-“Speaking of the Ravens, some fans thought he was perhaps TOO honest after their crushing loss to the Titans, saying quote ‘This team’s identity right now is to get to the playoffs and choke. It is what is is. That’s just the hard truth’ unquote and adding that this year’s team should be remembered as losers. Even a day later he still stood by those statements,” Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey-S
-“A number of fans thought his decision making as his team blew a 24-0 lead to the Chiefs this weekend should have lead to his firing but instead not only does he appear set to keep his job, he also will apparently retain his general manager position as well,” Texans coach Bill O’Brien-G
-“We’ll learn about the rest of the Centennial Class for the Pro Football Hall of Fame tomorrow morning but we already know the two coaches as Jimmy Johnson and this man were announced as inductees this weekend,” unpopular figure in Baltimore and only one time Super Bowl winner Bill Cowher-S
-“Despite internet criticism, he defended his decision to punt with 2:41 left in the fourth quarter against the Packers Sunday, suggesting it wasn’t likely they’d convert the 4th & 11 needed in that spot,” Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll-G
-“The Mets announced him as a non-roster invitee to Spring Training this year and some pundits were frustrated the invite didn’t go to someone more deserving than a 32 year old who hit .163 at Triple A last season,” former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow-S
-“According to Front Office Sports’ Michael McCarthy, ESPN is prepared to make him an offer between $10 and $14 million annually to be their new Monday Night Football analyst and could potentially attempt to lure a Sunday afternoon package and future Super Bowls with him as their top guy,” current CBS analyst Tony Romo-G
-“We know there’s a chance you don’t care about this at all but seemingly everyone else on the planet has shared an opinion so we figured we’d give you the chance. She has been highly criticized after she and Prince Harry announced last week that they would step aside as full-time working members of the Royal Family and would instead split time between the UK and North America,” Meghan Markle-S

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