Bet on Ottawa RedBlacks drafting Stampeders QB Kevin Glenn

Ottawa RedBlacks general manager Marcel Desjardins (left) and head coach Rick Campbell (second from...

Ottawa RedBlacks general manager Marcel Desjardins (left) and head coach Rick Campbell (second from left) speak to the media about the upcoming expansion draft in Ottawa, Dec. 12, 2013. (DARREN BROWN/QMI Agency)

Tim Baines, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 5:34 PM ET

OTTAWA - RedBlacks coach Rick Campbell, GM Marcel Desjardins and the other folks from the team's football operations department haven't gotten much sleep since getting a peek at the other CFL teams' protected lists on Monday.

With work days beginning at the crack of dawn, team by team the RedBlacks have gone over each player left unprotected, taking into consideration variables like age, talent, potential, football smarts, coachability and attitude. It's been a painstaking process that could pay big dividends when the RedBlacks get to slot some pieces into their puzzle during the CFL's expansion draft on Dec. 16.

Right at the top of their wishlist is an experienced quarterback. Pencil in 34-year-old Calgary Stampeder Kevin Glenn as one of the names Ottawa will call next Monday.


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