|Height: 5.10||Born: Detroit, MI|
|Weight: 203||College: Illinois State|
|Birthdate: 1979-06-12||Years: 2 CGY / 13 CFL|
|Status: Import||Games Played: 196|
Glenn was acquired in a trade with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Jan. 2, 2012, along with offensive lineman Mark Dewit and a conditional pick in the 2013 CFL Canadian Draft in exchange for quarterback Henry Burris. He signed with Saskatchewan as a free agent in 2001 and played three seasons with the Roughriders. On May 19, 2004, he was traded to Toronto in exchange for a first-round selection in the CFL Canadian Draft and later that same day was traded to Winnipeg, again in exchange for a first-round draft pick. He signed with Hamilton as a free agent on Mar. 20, 2009.
Glenn dressed for 18 games (13 starts). He saw limited action the first two games as the team's second quarterback before getting his first start in Game 3 to replace the injured Drew Tate. In total, Glenn completed 223 of 335 passes (66.6%) for 2,710 yards and 18 touchdowns and had seven interceptions. He also ran the ball 14 times for 77 yards. Glenn started the Western Final and played the first half, completing seven of 13 passes for 185 yards and two interceptions. On Oct. 18 in Edmonton Glenn reached the 10th spot on the CFL all-time passing list, passing Tom Clements.
Glenn took over as the team’s starting quarterback when Drew Tate went down with an injury in the second week of the season. Glenn started the next 15 games, posting a 10-5 record, and led the Stampeders to a second-place finish and a playoff berth. He had one of his best CFL seasons as he finished the regular-season completing 325 of 487 passes for 4,220 yards and 25 touchdowns against 16 interceptions. He finished fourth in the CFL in passing yards and his 66.7-per cent completion percentage was a personal best and ranked second in the league. The completion percentage was the second-best single-season total in Stampeders history. He added 120 yards on the ground on 20 carries. On July 19, he threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns in a comeback win over the Roughriders. On Sept. 14, Glenn moved into 12th place on the CFL’s all-time passing yards list. Glenn also started the West final and Grey Cup, combining for 29 completions on 51 attempts for 525 yards and three touchdowns and two interceptions. On the second play of the West final, Glenn threw a 68-yard touchdown pass to Marquay McDaniel en route to a victory and trip to the Grey Cup. He played his 200th career game on Oct. 6 at BC.
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.
Glenn played four seasons at Illinois State and established 25 school records for the Redbirds. Some of the marks he established included passing yards in a game (457), passing touchdowns in a single contest (six) and yards and touchdowns in a season (3,037 and 26). For his career, Glenn completed 645 of 1,119 passes for 8,032 yards and 61 touchdowns. He added 490 yards and eight majors on the ground. Glen was twice honourable mention for the Gateway Football Conference all-star team.
Glenn was a four-year starter at St. Martin Deporres High School in Detroit, Mich., and led the team to two state championships in 2005 and 2006. He was also the quarterback of the 1997 Michigan High School All-State Dream Team. Glenn owns a Tim Hortons franchise in his hometown of Detroit.