Kevin Glenn rips Ottawa RedBlacks on Twitter, then blames hackers

QB Kevin Glenn, formerly of the Calgary Stampeders, has been selected by the Ottawa RedBlacks in...

QB Kevin Glenn, formerly of the Calgary Stampeders, has been selected by the Ottawa RedBlacks in the CFL expansion draft. (Al Charest/QMI Agency)

AEDAN HELMER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 2:54 PM ET

Kevin Glenn is claiming he was hacked, but a few choice postings aimed at “snakes” in the RedBlacks management sent Twitter abuzz Tuesday afternoon.

“I hear you I'm trying to get traded they said it will be either Winn Sask or BC they won't trade me to east (sic),” read a posting on the @qterback5 Twitter handle belonging to Glenn that appeared just before 1 p.m.

The wording appears to be a direct message — a private posting to an individual Twitter follower and not intended for public circulation. It suggests Glenn has been in talks with the RedBlacks to work out a trade to the Blue Bombers, Roughriders or B.C. Lions.

That wouldn't be a revelation to anyone monitoring the RedBlacks, who recently made waves by signing free agent quarterback Henry Burris and anointing him the team's starting QB.

No one would have blamed Glenn, who was claimed by Ottawa in the expansion draft, for wanting out after Burris came on board.


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