One of the most incredible stories of the 2010 CFL season was the way 38-year-old Montreal quarterback Anthony Calvillo found out he had a potentially-cancerous tumour, but put up a most outstanding player-calibre performance and carried the Alouettes to their second-straight Grey Cup before having surgery to remove his entire thyroid after cancerous cells were found following an initial exploratory surgery. Calvillo's 2011 story could be even more unbelievable, though. Since his surgery, we've heard he's recovering well, but we finally saw some proof of that this week.
TSN's Natasha Staniszewski recently caught up with Calvillo at the Alouettes' off-season voluntary workouts in Orlando, Florida (unlike the Toronto Argonauts, the Alouettes do not appear to be holding a camp at a facility recently raided by the FBI). In addition to getting some solid quotes out of Calvillo (pictured above last August), TSN also got some footage of him in the pocket at camp. While it's limited (most ofRead More »from Anthony Calvillo's comeback from cancer continues