Kevin Glenn's legacy safe with Calgary Stampeders

Quarterback Kevin Glenn has alot of fans in the Stampeders locker-room. (Ben Nelms/Reuters)

Quarterback Kevin Glenn has alot of fans in the Stampeders locker-room. (Ben Nelms/Reuters)

Scott Mitchell, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:28 PM ET

For many, Kevin Glenn's legacy has already been penned.

Solid, game-managing quarterback, whose inability to win the big one will leave the 35-year-old without a Grey Cup ring when he finally decides to hang up the cleats.

In a career spanning 14 seasons and counting, two years is just a small snapshot.

The polaroid of Glenn's time in Calgary will exacerbate the big-game narrative -- Glenn and the Stamps fell in the 100th Grey Cup to the Toronto Argonauts in 2012, and then the veteran was pulled twice in the final month of the season against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in '13, including the West Final -- but inside the Stampeders' locker-room, he'll always be remembered as the human insurance policy who did nothing but win when his number was called.

"He saved our bacon a little bit," said Stamps offensive co-ordinator Dave Dickenson, who, for two straight seasons, was forced to alter gameplans on a weekly basis, depending on the health of his quarterbacks.


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