Canadian Football League

           === Alouettes QB Calvillo coming back for 20th season ===
 Montreal,  QC  (Sports  Network)  -  Montreal  Alouettes  quarterback  Anthony
 Calvillo,  pro  football's all-time  passing  leader,  signed a  new  two-year
 contract on Thursday.
 The 40-year-old Calvillo will return for a 20th season.
 "Anthony  has  been a solid  foundation for our football  team for a number of
 years now," Alouettes general manager Jim Popp said. "The leadership he offers
 in   the  community,  in  the  locker  room,  and  on  the  playing  field  is
 irreplaceable. We are fortunate in many ways that he has chosen to return."
 Calvillo  threw for 5,082 yards and 31 touchdowns in 2012. He became the first
 QB  in league  history  to reach  5,000  passing yards  seven  times over  his
 brilliant career.
 "I'm  truly excited  to  come  back and  be  a part  of  this  great team  and
 organization,"  Calvillo said. "With Jim's hard work and Coach Trestman at the
 helm,  I believe  we will once again  have a very competitive team next season
 and I can't wait to get back on the field with my teammates."
 Calvillo, entering his 16th season with the Alouettes, holds league records of
 5,777  completions, 449 touchdown passes and 78,494 passing yards. He won Grey
 Cups in 2002, 2009 and 2010.
 12/13 20:39:08 ET

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