2012 (Wpg): One of only two returning starters from the year before, Glenn January manned the left tackle position for 17 games, missing the season opener due to injury. His veteran leadership was crucial in the development of the young group of linemen as the unit drastically improved over the course of the season and helped the offence finish fourth in the league in net rushing, while also opening up holes for running back Chad Simpson who rushed for over 1,000 yards on the ground. January took home his second consecutive East Division All-Star selection, and was also named the team’s Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. He remains very committed to the city as he participates in numerous charity events throughout the province and calls Winnipeg home year-round.
2011 (Wpg): After a long rehabilitation process, January bounced back from missing the entire 2010 season by being named an East Division All-Star after regaining his starting spot at right tackle to begin the season. He started every game for the Blue Bombers including the East Final and 99th Grey Cup and scored his first-ever professional touchdown on Sep 24/11 when he pounced on a loose ball in the endzone against the Toronto Argonauts.
2010 (Wpg): January entered the season as the projected starter at left tackle but tore his pectoral muscle in the Bombers’ first preseason game and missed the entire season.
2009 (Wpg): January started all 18 games at right tackle for the Blue Bombers after signing as a free agent in the off-season.
2008 (Ssk): The Saskatchewan Roughriders acquired Glenn January as part of the deal that sent 2007 MVP Kerry Joseph to Toronto. With the Riders, January started 15 games on the offensive line and also dressed for the West Semi-Final.
2007 (Tor): January signed with Toronto in May and went on to start 13 games at either right or left tackle. He also started the East Final against Winnipeg.
Divisional All-Star: 2012, 2011
Texas Tech Red Raiders (NCAA Div.1 FBS): January spent four seasons with the Red Raiders and was named Texas Tech’s Lineman of the Year, as well as first team All-Big 12 Conference in 2006.
Signed as a free agent on February 27, 2009.