Glenn Douglas

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Glenn Douglas
Date of birth July 1, 1928
Place of birth Montreal, Quebec
Date of death April 1, 2017
Place of death Pembroke, Ontario
Career information
Position(s) Offensive End
College McGill University
CJFL NDG Maple Leafs
Career history
As player
1947–52 Montreal Alouettes
Career highlights and awards
Honors 1949 - Grey Cup Champion

Glenn Douglas was a Grey Cup champion Canadian Football League player. He was an offensive end.

A graduate of both Westhill High School, Douglas played his junior football with local powerhouse NDG Maple Leafs.[1] He joined his hometown Montreal Alouettes in 1947, in only their second season. In 1949 he was an integral part of the Larks first Grey Cup championship, and having broken his hand earlier in the season, he played the final with a cast.[1] He attended McGill University during his playing days, graduating with a degree in physical education. He retired after 6 seasons with Montreal, playing 57 games.[2]


  1. ^ a b [1]'Eager Beaver' Douglas won Cup with Als in 1949: Glenn Douglas still remembers what his salary was with the Alouettes in 1949: $3,000, the Montreal Gazette July 26, 2008
  2. ^ [2] CFLAPEDIA entry: Glenn Douglas