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A familiar voice to Canadian football fans from coast-to-coast, Glen Suitor joined TSN's CFL broadcast booth in 1995 and has since become one of Canada's most respected and knowledgeable football analysts. Suitor currently works alongside 20-plus-year play-by-play veteran Chris Cuthbert as the game analyst for TSN's extensive CFL coverage.

Suitor's vast knowledge and passion for the game is respected throughout the sports industry. In 2006, Suitor won a Gemini Award with Cuthbert as Best Sports Play-By-Play or Analyst for their work on TSN's CFL broadcasts.

A former CFL standout, Suitor broke into the league in 1984 and played 11 seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a safety before announcing his retirement in 1994. Suitor entered the TSN Radio booth that same year as a guest analyst during the 1994 Grey Cup in Vancouver before joining TSN as game analyst the following year.

The Roughriders' all-time interception leader (51), Suitor was a three-time CFL All-Star (1991-93) and a four-time Western All-Star (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993). During Suitor's 11 years with the Roughriders, he never missed a game, playing in 194 straight tilts.

Suitor's main objective as a player was to win a championship title. Suitor accomplished that goal in 1989 and says he is most proud of being part of the 1989 Grey Cup winning Saskatchewan Roughriders team.

Suitor began his broadcasting career while still playing with the Roughriders. From 1991-93, Suitor was sports director and morning co-host with CJME-AM radio and sister station CIZL-FM in Regina.

Follow Glen on Twitter @GlenSuitor.

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