AC signs for one more year.

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Official release, Montreal - Montreal Alouettes’ Vice-President, General Manager and Head Coach Jim Popp announced today that All-Star quarterback Anthony Calvillo has signed a contract extension for the 2008 season.

An Alouette since 1998, Calvillo is currently in his 14th season in the CFL. He began his career with the Las Vegas Posse in 1994 before spending three seasons with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats from 1995 to 1997.

He has led the Alouettes to five Grey Cup championship games, winning in 2002 and being named the game’s Most Outstanding Player that year.

Named CFL's Most Outstanding Player in 2003, Calvillo also earned the East Division Most Outstanding Player Award in 2003 and 2004.

He has passed for more than 5,000 yards in four different seasons including a record year of 6,041 yards in 2004.

This year, the 35-year-old quarterback became the fourth quarterback in league history to pass for over 50,000 career yards.

Good move. I always thought critics were a little hard on AC. If he had a good OC and OL, he would be putting up great numbers.

Glad to see that he will be back, especially given the fact that the Als have not been able to find a capable backup since...well, Anthony Calvillo. :thup:

Good move for Montreal....But its time to start developing someone to take over!

Brad Banks....Jason Maas ..... McDone .......Akili Smith .....Tee Martin.....Popp has quite a field to choose from..... :lol: oh i forgot Ted White... :thup:

Wally is giving courses on QB recruiting!

QB Recruiting 101 Kwantlen College, Mon, Wed,Fri

Watch it the bragging cop (Arius) will get after you for that.