Chris and Rob argue about whether or not Aaron Rodgers was punching down when he told the Chicago Bears fans 'I own you' following his game-clinching touchdown on Sunday, and explain why they believe Dave Roberts and the Los Angeles Dodgers are pushing all the wrong buttons so far during their NLCS series. Plus, Super Bowl champion and WJZ Baltimore host Qadry Ismail swings by to discuss getting covered in high school by Rob, the evolution of Lamar Jackson has a passer, why free agents wide receivers have to regret not signing with Baltimore in the offseason, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Former Raven Qadry Ismail breaks down Baltimore's dramatic come from behind win on Monday Night / Would Buffalo burn with a Super Bowl? / Wacky morning show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's #WouldYouRatherWednesday on GCR and our first question is pretty straightforward. Would you rather the Ravens go with Bell/Cannon and be done OR no, Murray is available and too good of a fit, figure out a way to clear space for him? Near the bottom of Hour 1, Blue Jays shortstop Kevin Smith (Maryland) joined us to discuss the start of his MLB career, future battles in the AL East with Orioles pitching prospect Kevin Smith (and angled for a part in Kevin Smith's Clerks III). Late in Hour 1, former Ravens Super Bowl champion WR/WJZ analyst Qadry Ismail joined us to discuss what the Ravens should do at running back and what he needs to see in Week 1 to feel confidence about their chances against the Chiefs in Week 2. Early in Hour 2, Maryland tight end Chig Okonkwo joined us to discuss working his way back from COVID & myocarditis (which forced him to miss last season) making him wonder if his career was over to scoring a touchdown in the win over West Virginia Saturday. And we wrapped with our weekly chat with Drew Forrester (DrewsMorningDish.com) covering the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying struggles, the Ryder Cup picks and #WouldYouRatherWednesday.
The way in which the season is set up all the Ravens AFC north games are at the end of the year so the first part of the season you have a Vegas team staring right at you opening night, sure you have the Chiefs at home, but it is all about how you finish not how you start. The injuries will plague them early on, but expect the Ravens to bounce back nicely. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this Thursday Glenn Clark Radio, Stan "The Fan" Charles and Kyle Ottenheimer talk Orioles, Ravens and more. At 10:20, former Ravens wide receiver and current pre- and postgame host Qadry Ismail joins the show to talk about the team as they prepare to start training camp. At 11, MASN analyst Melanie Newman joins the show to talk about her experience as the play-by-play voice of MLB's first all-female broadcast. At 11:30, Bowie Baysox outfielder Kyle Stowers talks about his recent call-up, his impressive 2021 campaign and more.
Qadry Ismail joins the show to talk about the Ravens offseason, if they've done enough at WR, where he ranks Marlon Humphrey among the best CB's in the league, Lamar Jackson's contract situation, the running back duo of JK Dobbins and Gus Edwards, if they have a go-to receiver, scariest teams in the AFC, if they'll regret not making a move for Julio Jones, and his thoughts on College Football Playoff expanding.
On the 5th episode of Real Sports Heroes we are joined by Syracuse Football legend and former NFL wide receiver Qadry Ismail. Learn about Qadry’s time growing up in two very different environments. Newark, NJ to Wilkes-Barre, PA. How those experiences made him the man he is today and why it is so important to inspire and challenge people to get out of their comfort zones. The message is simple and direct from Qadry, sports stars are more than just athletes.
I chat with Qadry Ismail about whether Lamar Jackson really had cramps, about his career at Syracuse, getting drafted by the Vikings, the toughest cornerbacks he faced up against, coming to Baltimore, winning a Super Bowl, his business "Missile Training", becoming a football analyst for CBS Baltimore, and getting mysteriously banned from Twitter.Share, Thumbs Up & Subscribe to Upon Further Review!! YouTubeiTunesSpotifyFollow Upon Further Review on Social Media for Bonus Content and First Looks at Upcoming Interviews! InstagramTwitter
It was 20 years ago today that the Baltimore Ravens won their first playoff game against the Tennessee Titans. Was that the most important game in Ravens history? We discussed that throughout today's show-oh and also, are you changing any traditions/superstitions you have for watching the Ravens because they've lost their last two playoff games? At the bottom of Hour 1, WJZ analyst/former receiver Qadry Ismail checked in to discuss why he likes their chances against the Titans Sunday and what does concern him. Late in Hour 1, our weekly visit with Washington Post bracketologist Patrick Stevens (@D1scourse) previewing Maryland/Iowa tonight and discussing a solid start to conference play for Coppin State and Navy. And at the bottom of Hour 2, former Ravens Defensive Tackle Keith Washington joined us for a special conversation to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first Titans playoff win with memories of his incredible FG block (returned by Anthony Mitchell) that proved to be the difference.
So that happened. It's not pleasant but we discussed all of it. The injuries, the rain, the play calling, the bad snaps, the lack of outside receivers, all of it. It's all a factor. Early in Hour 1, former Ravens receiver/WJZ analyst Qadry Ismail joined the show to discuss the impact of losing Nick Boyle, whether the Ravens should turn to Dez Bryant despite the evidence that it's not likely to solve their problems and more. Late in Hour 1, we recapped another brutal weekend of NFL Picks (yeesh) for the gang. Early in Hour 2 we dished out our Slaps to the Helmet for the Ravens' loss and at the bottom of Hour 2, Jeremy Conn from 105.7 The Fan checked in to discuss the Ravens' loss and how difficult it has been to bet on the NFL this season.
So...that happened. We try to make sense of it. It's not pleasant. Early in Hour 1, our weekly visit with Bradley & Nikki Bozeman about a tough night-and what it was like for Nikki to actually be able to be there at the game. We discussed the game a little more in Hour 1 and then the news of the Titans' positive tests and the ripple effect it could have on the rest of the league. Early in Hour 2, WJZ analyst & former Ravens Super Bowl champion wide receiver Qadry Ismail joined us to share his thoughts on last night's debacle. Then we dished out our #SlapsToTheHelmet for the Ravens' defeat. And we wrapped by chatting with Westwood One analyst/former All-Pro tackle Tony Boselli, who called last night's game on radio.
Amy chats with former Baltimore Ravens Wide Receiver, and Super Bowl Champion, Qadry Ismail to talk about the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens Monday Night Football matchup See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amy talks about the Monday Night Football game, the baseball postseason and has an interview with former NFL receiver, and Super Bowl Champion, Qadry Ismail. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our Training Camp 2-a-Days, we visit all 32 NFL teams, continuing today with the Baltimore Ravens...why did the Ravens feel they needed to part ways with Earl Thomas? See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Earl Thomas is gone. Is that a good thing? Maybe not. But it might have been necessary anyway. We discussed that at length to start today's show-it's really complicated. Early in Hour 1, Orioles play by play voice Kevin Brown joined us to discuss a fun weekend of calling baseball and the not-so-subtle jab he took back at Red Sox broadcaster Dennis Eckersley on Sunday. Later in Hour 1, WJZ analyst/former Super Bowl champion Ravens receiver Qadry Ismail joined us to discuss why the Ravens may have needed to cut ties with Thomas and what they do now moving forward. We discussed those same topics with NFL Network analyst Bucky Brooks to start Hour 2. At the bottom of Hour 2, 105.7 The Fan's Jeremy Conn joined us to discuss getting screwed out of a world championship by a terrible call, the Earl Thomas situation, being Bryan Holaday's doppleganger and colonoscopies.
Busy Friday show to wrap the week here on GCR. MLB is expanding the playoffs. That's okay for this year. Is it okay in future years? Can it be done differently to make it more palatable? We discussed all of that to start today's show. Midway through Hour 1, former Ravens WR/WJZ analyst Qadry Ismail joined us to discuss the strange nature of NFL Training Camp kicking off, what he makes of Hollywood Brown's body transition and more. Later in Hour 1, former Vikings coach Mike Tice (Maryland) joined us to discuss the impact of no preseason games, no crowds, etc. In Hour 2, a Jon Proctor-ed Andrew Stetka Quiz to celebrate Orioles Opening Day tonight. And we wrapped the show by meeting coach John Beam from Laney College in California, his team will be the focus of this season of "Last Chance U," which debuts Tuesday on Netflix.
Qadry Ismail, an NFL analyst, Super Bowl champion, long time NFL wide receiver, and former Raven, comes on to talk some Ravens. I also talk about the biggest contract in sports history, a ridiculous rule that will be in place for the 2020 season, and much much more...
Former NFL receiver and current Ravens analyst Qadry Ismail joins the show to break down Baltimore, plus a breakdown of the Giants' defense. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Apple Spotify Google Play Stitcher TuneIn
Superbowl champion WR Qadry Ismail talks about the 2020 NFL season starting on time, and the murder of #GeorgeFloyd Thanks to all my partners: Dr. Daniel Lapidus & Larry Ackerman, Dr. Brad Kurgis of Kurgis Dermatology, California Fresh Markets, Rex Stevens @ The SLO Wellness Center, Costa de Oro Winery, Avila Bay Athletic Club & Spa, Joy of Shell Beach, and Michael Moore Sports Recovery.
Everything is crazy right now. Not just the real world but the football world. We reacted to the Hayden Hurst trade and Michael Brockers acquisition to start today's show, is it odd to you that the areas we THOUGHT were the Ravens' biggest needs (rush linebacker and wide receiver) aren't the ones they necessarily prioritized? Oh and Tom Brady's future is under the microscope now. Late in Hour 1, former Ravens WR/WJZ analyst Qadry Ismail checked in to discuss the Ravens' moves and the future for Brady and the Patriots. Early in Hour 2, Rams analyst/former DT D'Marco Farr checked in to let us know more about what Brockers will bring to the Ravens. At the bottom of Hour 1, Maryland native Kam Carter (a lifelong Ravens fan) checked in to discuss his path from "Last Chance U" to now hoping to hear his name called in the NFL Draft. Late in Hour 1, Rachel Sheubrooks from Sliders joined us to talk about how they're continuing to serve the community during this difficult time. And we wrapped the show with Jaguars color analyst/former DE Jeff Lageman helping us get to know Calais Campbell.
Brian Costello opens the show joined by NY Post football columnist Steve Serby. The guys recap divisional weekend before previewing the Titans-Chiefs AFC Championship and the 49ers-Packers NFC Championship. Former Ravens WR Qadry Ismail then joins the pod. He looks back at what went wrong for the Ravens and what they may need next season to get over the hump. Former Packers LB A.J. Hawk then drops by. He talks about the Packers moving on to the NFC Championship, what makes former teammate Aaron Rodgers so special and why his former coach Mike McCarthy is a perfect fit for the Cowboys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A depressing Monday edition of Glenn Clark Radio. It's what it is, guys. We went through all of it to start the show...the play-calling, Lamar's struggles, the panic, the rust, the whole deal. It's all relevant. Late in Hour 1, PressBox Ravens beat writer Bo Smolka checked in-what happened and where do we go from here? WJZ analyst/former Ravens receiver Qadry Ismail joined us at the top of Hour 2 to do the same. At the bottom of Hour 2, our final conversation for the season with Bradley and Nikki Bozeman. The game, what's ahead, the whole deal. And we wrapped by dishing out some Slaps To The Helmet. Whaddya gonna do?
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Former Super Bowl champion Qadry Ismail joins the show to talk about tonight's game between the Jets and Ravens, and look at the rest of the weekend in the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gabe, Joe, and Ariel begin the final hour of the show with Gabe explaining why he can't play pickup basketball games anymore. Leo Rautens joins the show to talk about Kawhi Leonard's return to Toronto, and how much love there is between Leonard and the Raptors organization. Former Super Bowl champion Qadry Ismail joins the show to talk about tonight's game between the Jets and Ravens, and look at the rest of the weekend in the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How did spending a day watching the rest of the NFL impact how you feel about/view the Ravens? We discussed that today ahead of the Monday Night Football showdown tonight. Midway through Hour 1, former Ravens receiver/WJZ analyst Qadry Ismail checked in to preview tonight's game and just discuss everything that has been going right for the Ravens of late. Early in Hour 2, CBS Sports Network analyst/former 49ers OL Randy Cross joined us to talk Navy football and the magic of Lamar Jackson. And at the bottom of Hour 2, Hall of Famer Kurt Warner joined the show before he calls Ravens/Rams tonight for Westwood One.
The Ravens won! I mean, they weren't particularly great in any capacity but they won and they're 4-2 and they have a two game lead in the AFC North. The question remains-as the schedule gets significantly tougher, should they re-commit to a ground-dominant attack like what worked a season ago or do they need to keep airing it out? We posed that to our pal Qadry Ismail early in Hour 1-and should the team do away with tight end hurdling? Midway through Hour 1, we recapped what was (largely) a good week for picks plus we dished out some #PatsOnTheAss for the Ravens in their performance yesterday. Early in Hour 2, the return of our friend Kevin Van Valkenburg (ESPN) talking Lamar Jackson, trolls, what's best for the offense moving forward and his upcoming buddy cop picture with Phil Mickelson. And at the bottom of Hour 2, our weekly chat with Brad & Nikki Bozeman-were all of the penalties legit? What does the offense still need to improve? How long did he plan the spike?
On this episode we have a great conversation with the one and only Qadry Ismail about the state of The Ravens and where he sees them moving forward. We also break down The Ravens Divisional matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals and review our weekly pick'em.
On Episode 52 of the 'Syracuse Sports Podcast,' Brent Axe catches up with former Syracuse football and NFL wide receiver Qadry Ismail. Brent and Qadry discuss Ismail's days at Syracuse in the early 90's, SU football's revival, being a multi-sport athlete and All-American at Syracuse, previews the upcoming Baltimore Ravens season and he gets his thoughts on the recent Andrew Luck retirement and reaction. Axe also has '3 pointers' on a SU-Liberty football prediction, Jim Boeheim saying he'll play more man-to-man defense this season (sure he will) and the Syracuse Mets chasing a playoff bid. Will enough fans care with the arrival of football season? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It is deadline day. Is anything actually going to happen? Much for us to do-midway through Hour 1 Orioles VP of Communications Greg Bader checked in to discuss extended netting, the deadline and what's coming up in Birdland in August. Later in Hour 1, Baseball America Executive Editor JJ Cooper checked in to discuss the Orioles jumping all the way up from #22 to #8 in their organizational rankings. Early in Hour 2, former Ravens WR/WJZ analyst Qadry Ismail joined us to talk about Marquise Brown getting on the practice field, John Harbaugh's comments about Lamar Jackson's running and revolutionizing offense and more. And we wrapped the show by chatting with local boxer Dante "The Red Comet" Cox before the Live! Boxing event at Live! Casino Hotel Friday night.
So when we started Glenn Clark Radio today-neither Earl Thomas nor Mark Ingram had signed with the Ravens. So some of the conversation might feel a little dated-particularly our chats with Qadry Ismail (bottom of Hour 1) and PressBox Ravens beat writer Bo Smolka (bottom of Hour 2). BUT there's still some great conversation late in Hour 1/Early Hour 2 and Late Hour 2 for #WouldYouRatherWednesday and at about the 1:15 mark former Terps star Kevin Huerter joined us to talk about his amazing rookie season with the Hawks.
Today we talked about which AFC East team is the neediest this offseason. Newly signed Bills C/G Spencer Long discussed his career so far and what sold him on coming to Buffalo (55:35). Former NFL WR and Ravens analyst Qadry Ismail talked about the perception of Joe Flacco in Baltimore and the NFL (1:38:30).
Qadry Ismail joined NFL No Huddle hosts Brian Webber and Kordell Stewart and talked about Joe Flacco's injuries, Colin Kaepernick's discussions with the team, the Ravens backup situation, and the team trying to give Flacco weapons.
Ravens Team Reporter Jamison Hensley joins Brett Hollander and Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, to break down the Baltimore Ravens' 2017 NFL Draft picks. They also touch on free agent wide receivers.
Brett Hollander and Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, begin the hour with a discussion about the Ravens' schedule release and the #RavensFlock Party & Festival beginning on April 27. Russell Lande, GM of Jr. Scouting and a Montreal Alouettes scout, then joins the program to talk about the NFL Draft. Topics include: strength of draft, the Ravens' 16th pick, draft's depth within the secondary and Ozzie Newsome's success.
Brett Hollander and Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, kick off the hour with a discussion about NFL draftees making an impact on day one. They are then joined by ESPN's Ravens Team Reporter Jamison Hensley to talk about Baltimore's 16th pick and their priority going into the NFL Draft. Brett wraps up the show with a conversation about the draft as a whole with Doug Ferrar, NFL Lead Scout for Bleacher Report.
ESPN's Ravens Team Reporter Jamison Hensley, Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion and Kirk McEwen, host of 98 Rock's 3pm-7pm show, fill in for Brett Hollander and break down the Ravens' Pre-Draft Press Conference. John Eisenberg, Baltimore Ravens columnist, then joined the program. You'll hear audio throughout the hour as well as a clip of Brett's interview with Joe Hortiz, the team's Director of College Scouting.
ESPN's Ravens Team Reporter Jamison Hensley and Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, filled in for Brett Hollander. They opened the show fielding calls about the Colts' move from Baltimore -- as today marks the 33rd anniversary of the move. ESPN's Michaael Sando then joins the program to talk about the atmosphere surrounding the NFL Owners Meetings in Phoenix, Arizona. Hensley and Ismail close the show by discussing Ravens free agency with Doug Ferrar, the NFL Lead Scout for Bleacher Report.
It's a tag-team Wednesday as Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, joins Brett Hollander. They open the show briefly discussing free agency and how the Ravens will fill the holes. Brett then plays a segment from his discussion with former Raven receiver Torrey Smith about his charity basketball game, personal life, free agency and his alma mater, the University of Maryland College Park. Doug Ferrar, NFL Lead Scout for Bleacher Report, joins the program to talk about the NFL Combine and the upcoming draft. Qadry and Brett close out the show by giving their thoughts on how Torrey Smith would fit in with the purple and black.
Brett Hollander kicks off the hour with Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, in studio. The two discuss whether recently released running back Jamaal Charles could be a good fit for the Ravens. Brett then plays a number of clips from head coach John Harbaugh's press conference from the NFL Scouting Combine focusing on building a team around quarterback Joe Flacco, the receiving core, and the 2017 NFL Draft. They then welcome Dan Levy of Cleveland.com to discuss the Browns' offseason. Brett and Qadry close out the hour with a clip from Dan Quinn, the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons, on if he has watched the Super Bowl.
Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, opens up the show with Brett Hollander as they discuss the inactivity during the NFL offseason. They then welcome Neal Coolong, of the Steelers Wire, and Wayne Miller, of the Bengals Radio Network, to discuss the offseason for those two AFC North teams.
It's a tag-team Wednesday as Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, joins Brett Hollander. They open the show discussing the Baltimore Ravens salary cap and their thoughts on dominating teams in sports, primarily the 2000 Ravens defense. ESPN's Jamison Hensley joins the program to discuss the big dates for the Ravens and the NFL.
Brett Hollander begins the conversation with his thoughts on the Baltimore Ravens' acquisitions moving forward. How will Zach Orr be replaced? Brian McFarland of Russell Street Report joins the program to discuss Baltimore's salary cap heading into the off-season. Finally, Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, joins Brett and they both talk about the post-Super Bowl headlines.
Brett Hollander opens up the show with his take on Ray Lewis' comments regarding his dislike for the New England Patriots. Next, Kirk McEwen, host of The Kirk McEwen show on 98 Rock, checks in from Radio Row in Houston, Texas. McEwen talks about his experience so far leading up to the Super Bowl. Brett then talks about the NFL Ratings as the league commissioner, Roger Goodell, was asked about the downward slope. Finally, Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, joins Brett and they both preview the Falcons-Patriots matchup.
Zach Orr announced his retirement from the National Football League last week. ESPN's Jamison Hensley joins Brett Hollander to discuss where the Ravens go from here and the relationship between Roger Goodell and the Patriots. Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, spends the second half of the program with Brett talking about the NFL cutting the Georgia Dome's viewing party, Ben Roethlisberger's potential retirement, and the "top quarterback" debate / what categories should be included when comparing them from different decades.
It's official, the New England Patriots host the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship Game. Brett Hollander asks this question: Who are you rooting for? .. Neal Coolong, a senior editor of NFL sites for USA Today Sports and Qadry Ismail, former Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV Champion, join Brett in back-to-back segments to preview the Steelers-Patriots matchup.
Monday on the C4 Show C4 spent the first hour talking about Hamilton Versus the VP elect. In the second hour of the show C4 talked about Trump's appointments and should he appoint Mitt Romney? In the third hour State Senator Jim Brochin joined C4 to talk about the Presidential race and the future race for Baltimore COunty Executive. In the final hour Qadry Ismail from the Ravens broadcast team joined C4 to talk about Ray Lewis Apologizing to Flacco and the Ravens loss. C4 aldo talked about how the killing of police across America is on the rise.
Monday on the C4 Show C4 spent the first hour talking about Donald Trump's taxes and if they really matter in context to GE Not paying taxes. In the second hour of the show C4 talked about the secret tape of Hillary Clinton saying that millennials who supported Bernie Sanders live in their parents basements with Delegate Curt Anderson. In the third hour of the show C4 talked about Glen Beck and Michael Moore agreeing on a topic and C4 also had Comptroller Peter Franchot in studio for a half hour. In the final hour of the show C4 was joined by RNC Surrogate Ashley Bell to talk about the VP Debate Tuesday night and C4 also talked with Raven's broadcaster Qadry Ismail about the Ravens loss.
C4 spent the first hour of the Monday show talking about Hillary's health and secrecy problems. In the second hour C4 talked to Congressman Scott Perry about Hillary & 9/11. C4 also talked about Hillary's "Basket Of Deplorables". In the third hour of the show C4 was joined in studio by Delegate Cheryl Glenn. Topics included Baltimore air surveillance, Medical Marijuana, crime in Baltimore, Port Covington Tiff and Donald Trump. In the final hour of the show C4 was joined by Qadry Ismail to talk Ravens and C4 also talked about Hillary's health with Derek Hunter and callers.
Live from the Under Armour Performance Center, Brett Hollander speaks with Ravens broadcaster and former Raven Qadry Ismail about what players are thinking as Training Camp continues. Later, two current members of the Ravens Roster, Mike Wallace and Zachary Orr, sit down for a chat with Brett. WBAL NewsRadio 1090, the Flagship Home of the Baltimore Ravens, presents the Baltimore Ravens Insider Report hosted by Brett Hollander. This is the real and inside story of the Baltimore Ravens complete with player interviews and expert analysis of the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL.
Qadry “The Missile” Ismail! – Super Bowl XXXV Champion Qadry Ismail from the Baltimore Ravens joins us to discuss his career and break down Super Bowl XLXIII. Sit back and enjoy as Qadry talks about his super bowl experiences, whether Richard Sherman is a distraction for Seattle, playing with Peyton Manning, his own record […]
Qadry “The Missile” Ismail! Super Bowl XLVIII is here and to break the game down for you is Super Bowl XXXV Champion, Qadry Ismail of the 2000 Baltimore Ravens. It’s the Seattle “D” vs the Denver “O”, it’s Richard Sherman vs. Peyton Manning, and it’s Seattle and Denver vs. Mother Nature. Qadry breaks […]
Jay LaValley, chairman of the Maryland State Wrestling Association, and Jason Bryant, editor of Amateur Wrestling News, join Qadry Ismail on Friday's edition of Sportsline on WBAL 1090 in Baltimore to talk about the recent recommendation from the IOC to cut wrestling from the Olympic Games.Ismail hosts the popular afternoon sports talk show after a 10-year career in the NFL.