Kevin Glenn made CFL history when he signed with the Edmonton Eskimos, becoming the first player to be associated with all nine teams.
Six of those clubs Glenn has actually suited up and played games for including the Riders, Bombers, Ticats, Stampeders, Lions and Alouettes.
When the 38-year-old takes the field with the Eskimos for the 2018 season, that will mark the seventh team’s jersey he’s put on. That will put Glenn into a select group. CFL stat research, an official Twitter account of the league, provides the details.
This season @EdmontonEsks QB Kevin Glenn (@qterback5) could join Eddie Brown and Jason Armstead as the only players in #CFL history to play at least one game for seven different clubs. He is now one of 13 individuals who have played for six teams. pic.twitter.com/uIVTtY66jg
— CFL Football Operations (@CFLFootballOps) February 27, 2018
Glenn will move out of a list of names that includes fellow quarterbacks Matt Dunigan and Damon Allen and join receivers and returners Eddie Brown and Jason Armstead.
Perhaps the Argos or Redblacks might need Glenn’s services in the future.