Kevin Glenn 'Twitter hacker' likely doesn't exist

QB Kevin Glenn, formerly of the Stampeders, was selected by the RedBlacks in the 2014 CFL expansion...

QB Kevin Glenn, formerly of the Stampeders, was selected by the RedBlacks in the 2014 CFL expansion draft. (Al Charest/QMI Agency)

DON BRENNAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:13 AM ET

OTTAWA - The "hacker" who impersonated quarterback Kevin Glenn on Twitter could not have picked a worse time to commit the crime.

On the very first day Ottawa was able to bid on CFL free agents, he indirectly told every player in the league that RedBlacks' headquarters is infested with "lying snakes" and, intended or not, the ramifications could have damaging, long lasting affects.

The "hacker" who impersonated quarterback Kevin Glenn on Twitter might not have realized the paranoia that exists in the nation's capital, where the character of past owners, managers and coaches has been assassinated by ridicule that played a role in the demise of the previous, local pro teams. He might not have even known about the sullied reputations of the Rough Riders, in their darker, later years, or the Renegades, in their short stay. Likely, there was no dastardly master plan of sabotage.


Videos

Photos