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Glenn Dobbs Biography »
Glenn Dobbs (1920-2002) was a professional American Football player in the All-America Football Conference. A skilled running back, quarterback, and punter, Dobbs was named the AAFC's MVP in 1946. After sitting out the 1950 season with a knee injury, Dobbs was persuaded to come out of retirement to play with the Saskatchewan Rough Riders of the Western Interprovincial Football Union (forerunner of the Canadian Football League). In 1951 Dobbs was named the Most Valuable Player of the WIFU.