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Kevin Glenn

 Height: 5'10"
 Weight: 189 lbs.
 Born: June 12, 1979 in Detroit, MI

 College: Illinois State

 

2014: BC Lions
Joined the BC Lions in a trade with Ottawa in exchange for the Lions’ #5 overall selection. Glenn brings a career total of 39,418 passing yards (#10 all-time in the CFL) and 222 TD passes with a 90.3 passer rating (#13 all-time). He has started 154 games with a record of 81-72-1 and has logged 38 300-yard games in his career. Kevin has also thrown for 2,651 yards in 14 playoff games (10 starts, 4-6 record).
 

2011-2013: Calgary Stampeders
Moved on to Calgary in a trade with Mark Dewit and a draft pick for Henry Burris (January 3, 2012). The Stamps became his fourth CFL team and while there started 28 of his 36 games leading them to a 20-8 record and the 2012 Grey Cup. Started that game and completed 14 of 27 for 222 yards in the narrow defeat to Toronto. His 2,710 passing yards in 2013 marked the tenth consecutive year over the 2,300-yard plateau. Ended his tenure in Calgary by being selected in the 2013 Ottawa Expansion Draft (December 2013).
 

2010: Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Started all 18 games in his second season with the Tiger-Cats…named the CFL Offensive Player of the Week for weeks 3, 10 and 17…set team records for touchdown passes (33) and completions (388). Playoffs: Started the Tiger-Cats Eastern Semi-Final loss to Toronto.
 

2009: Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Started seven of the 18 games he suited up for in his first season as a Tiger-Cat…completed 241 of 389 pass attempts (62.0%) for 3,077 yards, 18 touchdowns and seven interceptions…carried the ball 21 times for 134 yards and two touchdowns…threw for 31 of 51 pass attempts for 437 yards and two touchdowns in the Ticats Eastern Semi-Final loss to B.C….dressed for his first game as a Ticat on July 1 against Toronto…threw his first pass as a Ticat on July 18 against Winnipeg...set a new career-high with 506 passing yards in Montreal on October 18...named the CFL Offensive Player of the Week for Week 16…named CFL Offensive Player of the Month for October.

2008: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Started 15 of the 18 games he suited up in during his fifth season with the Blue Bombers…completed 294 of 455 pass attempts (64.6%) for 3,675 yards, 20 touchdowns and 20 interceptions…rushed 29 times for 102 yards…threw for 233 passing yards, one touchdown and one interception in Winnipeg’s East Semi-Final loss to Edmonton.

2007: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Led all CFL quarterbacks this season with 5,114 passing yards. He is also among the league’s top pivots in completion percentage (62.5 percent), average gain per pass (8.2 yards) and quarterback efficiency rating (93.2 per cent).
 

2006: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Despite not getting much fanfare, Kevin turned in yet another solid performance for the Blue Bombers. The third-year Bomber pivot completed 249 of 430 pass attempts (57.9 per cent) for 3,427 yards and 17 TDs and finished the year with a passer rating of 84.1. His 3,427 yards passing ranked fifth best in the CFL. One of the highlights of the year for Kevin was his last second, 100-yard pass completion to Milt Stegall in the team’s 25-22 win over the Edmonton Eskimos on July 20 at Commonwealth Stadium. It was the longest pass completion of the year in the CFL and made highlight reels across North America. Kevin’s best game of the season came on Canada Day when he completed 14 of 24 passes for 368 yards and three TDs against the visiting Edmonton Eskimos. He also passed for three TDs against the visiting Calgary Stampeders in the team’s regular season home finale on Oct. 21. Kevin passed for 300 or more yards on three occasions (July 1 versus Edmonton, July 20 @ Edmonton, Oct. 15 @ Hamilton). Kevin was recognized for his achievements by twice being named the co-winner of the CJOB Offensive Player of the Week (Week 13 versus Saskatchewan, Week 15 @ Montreal). He was also the CFL Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Bombers’ 46-10 win over the Eskimos on July 20 in Edmonton. Kevin also got the start in the Bombers’ 31-27 loss to Toronto in the CFL East Semifinal. He completed 12 of 22 passes for 224 yards and one TD. He also rushed three times for 21 yards.
 

2005: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Despite missing three games due to injury, Kevin had his best season as a Bomber. He completed 231 of 403 pass attempts (57.3 per cent) for 3,571 yards and 27 TDs. His 27 TD passes were third best in the CFL. He also rushed for one TD on Oct. 10 versus the B.C. Lions. That Oct. 10 game at Canad Inns Stadium was arguably Kevin’s best single-game performance as a CFLer. He passed for 410 yards and five TDs, including four TD completions to slotback Milt Stegall. Kevin also topped the 400-yard passing mark (416) in a Week 7 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Kevin topped the 300-yard mark on five occasions in ’05 (Weeks 8, 9, 10, 11, 15).
 

2004: Winnipeg Blue Bombers
In eight games, Kevin passed for 2,329 yards on 274 attempts and 166 completions for an average of 14 yards. He also had 14 touchdown passes and eight interceptions. Furthermore, Kevin rushed 30 times for 125 yards and two touchdowns.
 

2003: Saskatchewan Roughriders
Kevin dressed for all 18 regular-season games plus the 2003 West Division Semifinal and the 2003 West Division Final. Kevin completed 40-of-his-73 pass attempts (54.8 per cent) for 508 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions. He also rushed 13 times for 48 yards and a 3.7-yard average.
 

2002: Saskatchewan Roughriders
Kevin played in 11 regular-season for the Saskatchewan Roughriders games as well as the 2002 East Division Semifinal. He started three games on the season. He completed 60-of-95 passes (63.2 per cent) for 777 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions. He rushed 21 times for 83 yards (4.0-yard average) and one touchdown.
 

2001: Saskatchewan Roughriders
Kevin originally signed with the Saskatchewan Riders on June 8, 2001. He appeared in 18 regular-season games for Saskatchewan in 2001. He started six games that year. Kevin completed 70-of-154 pass attempts (45.5 per cent) for 938 yards, nine touchdowns and two interceptions. He recorded 28 carries for 152 yards (5.4-yard average) and two touchdowns.
College: Illinois State Redbirds
Kevin played four years of college football for Illinois State. Setting 25 school records with the Redbirds, Kevin completed 645-of-1,119 pass attempts (57.6%) for 8,032 yards and 61 touchdowns. He also rushed 247 times for 490 yards and eight scores.

Personal
Kevin and fiancé Asha Day were married on March 24, 2007. This past off-season, Kevin got involved in a couple of different business ventures and dabbled in the real estate market. He enjoys watching movies in his free time and is an avid fan of the TV series CSI.. owns a Tim Horton’s franchise in Detroit.