Kevin Glenn was the centre of some short-lived controversy on Tuesday, as the CFL quarterback's Twitter account appeared to take some shots at his current team the Ottawa Redblacks.
"I hear you I'm trying to get traded they said it will be either Winn Sask or BC they won't trade me to east I heard bell going to cal," his Twitter account @qterback5 read.
"Tell nick (Moore) and Keron (Williams) Ottawa some snakes they lied to me."
Glenn's agent later told TSN that the account had been hacked and Glenn then sent a tweet denying his involvement in the message.
"My twitter has been hacked," he wrote. "I've kept quiet about my situation in Ottawa for weeks now, so why would I post something like that. Everyone knows what type of person I am and this is not something in my character."
The 34-year-old was selected by Ottawa in the first round of December's CFL expansion draft but his time as face of the franchise was short-lived when the Redblacks signed free agent QB Henry Burris earlier this month.
Reports state the Redblacks are currently trying to trade Glenn, and that a few teams, including the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, are showing interest.