Glenn talks contract while Wynn talks trash

KIRK PENTON -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 7:52 AM ET

A pair of Winnipeg Blue Bomber gunslingers exited the 2005 season shooting from the hip.

Kevin Glenn's bullet was of the low-calibre variety, but Spergon Wynn's was a shotgun blast.

Glenn, who just completed his first season as the Bomber starter, doesn't think getting a contract extension will be a problem, but he issued a warning to the team if it decides to dilly-dally.

"I think in my heart that something will get done, and they told me that it would, so it's just about when," said Glenn, who is going into his option year. "But I feel as though 'when' will tell the tale. I know we got a lot of issues that they need to address, but I'm the starting quarterback.

"If you feel as though I'm your guy, then I think I should be on a priority list, as in, 'We need to get something with this guy.' We'll see what happens."

Glenn, who completed 57.3% of his passes for 3,571 yards, 27 touchdowns and 17 interceptions, was pleased with his first season as a starting pivot.

"I look at it like I only can get better," Glenn said. "I can only go forward and upward from here."

WYNN RILED UP

Wynn, meanwhile, unleashed a profanity-laced description when asked about his campaign.

"The fact that I didn't get a snap on a f------ losing team is ridiculous," Wynn said. "It's f------ ridiculous.

"... Don't get me wrong. That's nothing against Tee (Martin), Kevin or Russ (Michna)."

The Bombers gave up a first-round draft pick to get Wynn and a third-rounder from the B.C. Lions in April, and they signed him to a contract extension in June.

He had a poor training camp, however, because he was the fourth-stringer when the season started. He was then shelved in Week 11 when he had surgery to correct an old knee injury.

He still feels he deserved a shot.

"If I'm not good, let me go out and show you that I'm not good. Just once, at least. Let me throw one pass," said Wynn, who has six touchdowns and one interception in 99 career attempts. "If it's not a good pass, I can't say anything after that.

"They can say, 'Hey Spergon, you threw a pass and it was (bad).' All right. But I'll tell you what: if I get one pass, it ain't gonna be (bad), I promise you that."

Wynn is not interested in a repeat of 2005, either.

"I'm not going to come back here and be told to sit down," he said.

GOT MILT? Bombers SB Milt Stegall said he will make a decision on his future as soon as possible.

"I don't want to have them lingering, because I know they have some decisions to make as far as personnel and the staff go," Stegall said. "Me and my wife are going to make a decision soon and go from there."


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