Grey Cup QBs Have Been There Before

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For both veteran quarterbacks in Sunday’s 100th Grey Cup, there were times when they felt like they would never get back here.

For Toronto Argonauts pivot Ricky Ray, it’s been seven years since his last appearance in the Grey Cup after playing in it as an Edmonton Eskimo in each of his first three seasons in the CFL, winning it twice. Then there’s Kevin Glenn of the...

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