He's baaaaack! 13-13 trumps 12-12-12
If Anthony Calvillo has ever had trouble living up to fan expectations, think of the expectations in his own family.
One daughter thinks he'll play forever. His other daughter 2 years ago said he should play for "10 more years." His fitness guru Scott Suter has a "5-year plan."
Calvillo has consulted with wife Alexia and committed for 1 more season, though his contract officially says 1 plus the Alouettes' option.
He looked as comfortable as ever though he had one arm in a sling---his left arm, not his throwing arm. AC will have the sling on for a few more weeks, then months of rehab will rebuild the range of motion, then the strength after surgery repaired a torn labrum.
Calvillo's decision puts Adrian McPherson in his usual bind: should he stay or should he go.