A Junior College transfer from Southern California, Glenn earned All-American and All-Pac-10 honors as an offensive lineman his senior year. His post UA career is what is most remarkable. A twelve-year veteran of the NFL at the time of his induction, Glenn has played in five Super Bowls. Four have been with the Buffalo Bills and one in 2001 with the New York Giants. Glenn is the only Arizona player, at the time of his induction, to have a NFL career of more than 12 years. Others who have come close are Bobby Thompson with nine years, Randy Robbins with eight years and Rick Hunley with seven. In 1998, Glenn earned the Kansas City Chiefs most valuable player honors becoming the first offensive lineman in franchise history to earn that distinction. He is a veteran performer who has seen duty in more than 126 starts. He has also seen play in 19 post season games, 16 of which he started, giving him the most play off experience of any current player on the New York Giants' roster in 2001.