Stampeders face another former employee

Ottawa RedBlacks' Henry Burris speaks to the media at Commonwealth Stadium on July 10, 2014. (David...

Ottawa RedBlacks' Henry Burris speaks to the media at Commonwealth Stadium on July 10, 2014. (David Bloom/Edmonton Sun/QMI Agency)

SCOTT MITCHELL, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:55 PM ET

CALGARY -- From Cagey Kevin to Smilin’ Hank.

Kevin Glenn one week, Henry Burris the next.

The Calgary Stampeders are in the midst of a mid-summer gauntlet of former quarterbacks, and, after watching Glenn walk into McMahon Stadium with the B.C. Lions in Week 6 and steal a 25-24 last-minute win, Burris and the Ottawa RedBlacks present another familiar — yet unfamiliar — challenge.

The expansion RedBlacks (1-4) are as new as it gets in CFL circles.

In Stampeders circles, Burris is old hat.

Now 31 months removed from the January 2012 trade that shipped Burris to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for Glenn and offensive lineman Mark Dewit, some are amazed by the path the former Stamps staple’s career has taken.

“Just knowing Hank and how he was to this team and this city, I thought he was going to retire a Stampeder,” said Stamps veteran Keon Raymond, who played with Burris for four seasons. “But that also gave me the realization that this is professional football, and as


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