In Ozzie we Trust, in #WNSTSweet16 we recognize no one is perfect

April 29, 2014 | Glenn Clark

In Ozzie we Trust, in #WNSTSweet16 we recognize no one is perfect

5. Mark Clayton

Boy this is tough. Clayton is actually one of only two receivers in franchise history with over 3,000 receiving yards and he had a Patrick Johnson career in the 2006 season (with Steve McNair) alone. But the cost of missing on a first round pick is significant and Clayton just never developed into the type of player to justify being selected 22nd overall in 2005. Making matters worse, the next receiver selected in 2005? Some fella named Roddy White who plays for the Atlanta Falcons.

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  1. unitastoberry Says:

    In all fairness to Ozzie there have been four phases of his tenure as GM here. The pre Billick era, the post Superbowl Billick era, the post Billick era, and the now post Superbowl Harbaugh era.
    Cleary Ozzie works better when there is no one in the room with another ego. As soon as Billick got power boom Kyle Bollar. As soon as Billick is fired boom Joe Flacco.
    Right now Harbs needs to do one thing based on past history. Let Ozzie do the drafting and just chill out. Now post Ozzies best 16 picks Glen.

  2. Herc Says:

    It’s funny…
    I was thinking about doing a list of idiotic radio personalities who have no business being “on-air”….
    1. Glenn Clark
    hired on the cheap by Nestor and likely never on any other radio show in any other market in any other city. has a self-important attitude and knows very little about sports except when he’s want to criticize. Can’t hold Drew’s jock and knows nothing about making himself a somebody (unlike Nestor)but does do a wonderful impression of a lap-dog.

    (Edit from Glenn: It’s always good to hear from listeners!)

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