Kevin Glenn is coming back to the Saskatchewan Roughriders for a 3rd time.
The Riders announced they have signed the 37 year old to a contract on Monday.
The Illinois State product originally entered the CFL with the Green and White in 2001, spending three seasons in Saskatchewan, before making his second stop in 2015.
Last season, Glenn started nine of ten regular season games played for the Montreal Alouettes completing 222 of 314 pass attempts (70.7%) for 2,547 yards and 13 touchdowns. He was acquired by Winnipeg on September 12th, where he went on to dress for the Blue Bombers final seven regular season games and the West Semi-Final.
Starting 19 of 56 games through parts of four seasons as a Rider, Glenn has completed 341 of 579 pass attempts for 4,397 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Glenn currently sits 7th all-time among CFL quarterbacks with 48,813 career passing yards. His 268 career touchdown passes rank 9th all-time. Glenn has also spent time with Winnipeg , Hamilton, Calgary and B.C. through his 16 seasons in the CFL.