Glenn Back Where It Began: Riders Ink National OL

The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today international free agent quarterback Kevin Glenn has signed with the team. As per club policy, details of the contract were not released.

Glenn (5’10 – 200) joins the Riders for the second time in his career ahead of what will be his 15th season. The Illinois State product originally entered the CFL with the Green and White in 2001, spending three seasons in Saskatchewan.

Last season, Glenn started 17 regular season games for the B.C. Lions completing 302 of 479 pass attempts (63.0%). He finished second in the league with 3,918 passing yards and third in touchdown passes with 17. He also added 16 carries for 105 yards and a touchdown.

The 35-year-old Michigan native sits 8th all-time among CFL quarterbacks with 43,336 career passing yards. His 238 career touchdown passes rank 10th all-time. In addition to the Riders Glenn has also spent time with Winnipeg (2004-08), Hamilton (2009-11), Calgary (2012-13) and B.C. (2014) through his 222 career games played.

Meanwhile the Green and White also announced today they have signed national free agent offensive lineman Gord Hinse.

Hinse (6’4 – 307) is a six year CFL veteran. The University of Alberta product was selected by his hometown Edmonton Eskimos in the 2nd round (11th overall) of the 2009 Canadian Draft. He spent his first five seasons in Edmonton before joining the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for 2014.

The 27-year-old has played 52 career regular seasons games spending time at both centre and guard.