PressBox’s chief grand poobah Stan “The Fan” Charles joined Glenn Clark Radio Thursday for another round of “Five Words or Less.”

The sports figures discussed this week were:
-“Deontay Wilder made all sorts of excuses after losing to this man, including blaming his elaborate ring walk costume and the ref for some reason. But ultimately he says he’s going to invoke his rematch clause triggering a third fight,” undisputed heavyweight champion Tyson Fury-S
-“While Matthew Judon headlines the Ravens’ free agents, this man is also heading towards free agency and General Manager Eric DeCosta said this week that he expects him to hit the open market,” veteran cornerback Jimmy Smith-G
-“Some Orioles fans were surprised this week when Keith Law released his Top 100 prospect list and he named this player as the #50 prospect and the Orioles’ top pitching prospect instead of Grayson Rodriguez,” 22 year old lefty D.L. Hall-S
-“Darryl Morsell was the star last night but this player also followed up a 20 point effort against Ohio State with 16 more points-perhaps overcoming what has been an otherwise inconsistent season but also keeping him on the radar for a potential pro turn,” sophomore guard Aaron Wiggins-G
-“He reached the 700 goal mark for his career over the weekend and at just the age of 34, it’s not hard to wonder whether he might have the chance to take down Wayne Gretzky’s record of 894,” Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin-S
-“While the internet spent the week giggling about his name, what’s more important was what he said. He told the Associated Press that a decision will have to be made by May about whether or not the Tokyo Olympics might have to be cancelled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus,” former IOC Vice President Dick Pound-G
-“Before he went on-air with the Cleveland ESPN Radio affiliate at the Combine this week, he was caught with a hot mic on the station’s live video stream calling Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield an ‘effing midget.’ Of course he didn’t actually say ‘effing’ and the other term is deemed offensive by little people. This faux pas lead to him being indefinitely suspended by his station,” longtime Browns reporter Tony Grossi-S
-“She announced her retirement from tennis at the age of 32 yesterday, having never fully bounced back from a one year doping ban she was handed in 2016,” five time grand slam champion Maria Sharapova-G
-“During an appearance on HBO’s Real Sports, he claimed that 70% of pitchers use foreign substances on the mound…and it just so happens that the New York Post reported this week that new MLB VP Chris Young has been traveling to clubs this spring to let them know that they will be cracking down on the rule banning foreign substances on baseballs,” Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer-S
-“While most of the entire world has celebrated his magical win in relief as the Hurricanes goalie Saturday night, some-including former Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke-have decried the NHL’s system that would allow someone so wildly inexperienced to play in a game as being problematic when it comes to the spirit of competition,” Zamboni driver turned goalie David Ayres-G

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