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:
-“Since you didn’t get a chance to talk about it yesterday we can try again today. He rallied from down two sets to one in the Australian Open final to beat Dominic Thiem and claim his 17th career grand slam title,” 32 year old Serbian star Novak Djokovic-G
-“In his 21st season as a head coach, he finally broke through, leading the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl title in 50 years,” Kansas City coach “Big Red” Andy Reid-S
-“As the Ravens make a decision regarding Matt Judon’s future, some fans wonder if he could be a cheap alternative after the Falcons announced they would not pursue bringing him back this offseason,” free agent pass rusher Vic Beasley-G
-“On the other side of the Super Bowl, he has been criticized for his second half strategy and including his appearance as Offensive Coordinator of the Falcons, he’s now been outscored 48-0 in the fourth quarter and overtime of two Super Bowl appearances,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan-S
-“ESPN reported this weekend that if the Patriots don’t bring back Tom Brady, he wants to bring him to Las Vegas to lead his team instead,” Raiders head coach Jon Gruden-G
-“Just about everyone in baseball is reporting that he will be dealt imminently, with the Dodgers and Padres the apparent frontrunners,” Red Sox superstar Mookie Betts-S
-“He fights Dominick Reyes Saturday night at UFC 247 and hinted in an ESPN interview that if he wins, he could set his sights next on UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic,” current light heavyweight and pound for pound best fighter Jon “Bones” Jones-G
-“After a 14 year career, he announced his retirement from the NFL Sunday in a pre-game sketch with Rob Gronkowski,” former Maryland tight end Vernon Davis-S
-“His second attempt at creating a pro football league kicks off this weekend as the XFL features eight new teams. The league will not play up the ‘extreme’ nature of football as much as the past but is leaning into some wild rules ideas,” WWE CEO Vince McMahon-G
-“During an interview at the British Academy of Film and Television Awards this weekend, producer Kathleen Kennedy said there will be another Indiana Jones film that will NOT be a re-boot but instead will be a continuation and he’ll be on board as Dr. Jones again…this despite being 77 years old,” legendary actor Harrison Ford-S

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