Highlights

2014

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).

2012-2013

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). 

2011

Glenn saw action in all 18 regular-season games for Hamilton as well as the East semifinal and East final. He connected on 307 of 488 pass attempts for a 62.9-per cent completion rate and threw for 3,963 yards. He threw for 19 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. Glenn also had 21 carries for 112 yards and one touchdown. In the East semifinal victory over Montreal, he completed 23 of 32 passes for 275 yards and one touchdown. In the East final, he completed 13 of 18 throws for 113 yards. During the regular season, he had four games with at least 300 passing yards including a season-high 351 yards against Winnipeg on Aug. 26. He had three passing touchdowns in a pair of games — against BC on July 22 and against Calgary on Sept. 25. His best overall game came in Touchdown Atlantic against Calgary on Sept. 25 as he completed 16 of 23 passes for 276 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions, numbers which gave him a season-high 153.5 quarterback rating. Tom Pate The then- Tiger Cat quarterback has been the Purolator Tackle for Hunger spokesman since 2006.  He was the East Division Most Outstanding All-Star in 2007, holds the Ti-Cat record for most passing touchdowns in a single season (2010) and this year he surpassed 30,000 career passing yards.  In 2010 he started his own initiative: Kevin Glenn’s Touchdown for Kids.  For every touchdown scored by Kevin during the season, local Tim Horton’s owners will donate $200.00 to the Tim Horton’s Children’s Foundation.  In addition to Kevin Glenn’s Touchdown for Kids, he frequently helps teammates Marwan Hage and Dave Stala with their game day programs that bring underprivileged kids to the Ti-Cat games.  Kevin participates in more than 50 appearances each season and countless more in the off-season.  Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, Kevin benefited from programs run by athletes that he looked up to and has always wanted to give back to children in a meaningful way.  As a C.F.L.P.A Representative for his team Kevin is the conduit between his teammates and the Club.  He makes himself available to them both personally and professionally and is a leader both on and off the field.

2009

Kevin started seven of the 18 games in his first season as a Tiger-Cat.  He completed 241 of 389 pass attempts for 3,077 yards and 18 touchdowns.  Kevin also carried the ball 21 times for 134 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 31 of 51 pass attempts for 437 yards and two touchdowns in the Ticats Eastern Semi-Final loss to B.C. Kevin was named the CFL Offensive Player of the Week for Week 16 and CFL Offensive Player of the Month for October. Kevin is also a CFLPA Player Representative.

2008

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

Started all 18 games with the Bombers in his fourth season in Winnipeg…led the CFL in passing yardage (5,114), pass completions (388) and pass attempts (621)…threw 25 touchdowns and 13 interceptions…carried the ball 41 times for 132 yards…was named the East Division’s Most Outstanding Player…his 388 pass completions set a new team record…led the Bombers to two playoff wins in the East Semi-Final over Montreal and the East Final in Toronto, but suffered a broken arm against the Argos and was unable to play in Winnipeg’s Grey Cup loss to Saskatchewan…completed 34 of 52 pass attempts for 362 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in postseason play.

2006

Glenn threw for 3,427 yards, starting all but two regular season games due to injury. His most memorable pass was a 100-yard touchdown to Milt Stegall with time expired to lead the Blue Bombers past the Edmonton Eskimos 25-22 in Week 6.

2005

Despite missing three games due to injury, Glenn 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 Glenn's best single-game performance of his CFL career. He passes for 410 yards and five TDs, including four TD completions to slotback Milt Stegall. Glenn also topped the 400-yard passing mark (416) in a Week 7 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. No. 5 topped the 300-yard mark on five occasions in '05 (Weeks 8, 9, 10, 11, 15).

2004

In eight games, Glenn 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. Glenn also rushed 30 times for 125 yards and two touchdowns.

2003

Glenn dressed for all 18 regular-season games plus the 2003 West Division Semifinal and the 2003 West Division Final. Glenn 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

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

2001

Glenn originally signed with the Riders on June 8, 2001. He appeared in 18 regular-season games for Saskatchewan in 2001. He started six games that year. Glenn 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

Glenn played four years of college football for Illinois State. Setting 25 school records with the Redbirds, Glenn 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 Glenn, Jr. (born June 12, 1979) was signed by the Saskatchewan Roughriders as an undrafted free agent in 2001. Kevin owns a Tim Horton's franchise in Detriot, Michigan where he was born. 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. The Then-Tiger Cat quarterback has been the Purolator Tackle for Hunger spokesman since 2006. He was the East Division Most Outstanding All-Star in 2007, holds the Ti-Cat record for most passing touchdowns in a single season (2010) and this year he surpassed 30,000 career passing yards. In 2010 he started his own initiative: Kevin Glenn’s Touchdown for Kids. For every touchdown scored by Kevin during the season, local Tim Horton’s owners will donate $200.00 to the Tim Horton’s Children’s Foundation. In addition to Kevin Glenn’s Touchdown for Kids, he frequently helps teammates Marwan Hage and Dave Stala with their game day programs that bring underprivileged kids to the Ti-Cat games. Kevin participates in more than 50 appearances each season and countless more in the off-season. Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, Kevin benefited from programs run by athletes that he looked up to and has always wanted to give back to children in a meaningful way. As a C.F.L.P.A Representative for his team Kevin is the conduit between his teammates and the Club. He makes himself available to them both personally and professionally and is a leader both on and off the field.