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Top 10 Calvillo Moments

CFL.ca Staff

MONTREAL -- With the recent news that Anthony Calvillo has officially decided to hang up his cleats, our resident columnists offer up their favourite Calvillo memories concerning their respective clubs.



Rick MoffatA competitor unlike any other
Alouettes writer Rick Moffat explains how the relationship between Calvillo and a former teammate showed just how competitive the QB can really be.
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RON KANTOWSKI - Las Vegas Review Journal | Special to CFL.ca

Ron KThe Las Vegas Days: Where it all started
While his career has come to a close in the most prolific of fashions, the beginning of Anthony Calvillo's life in the CFL wasn't so glamorous.
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Dave CampbellCampbell: Calvillo restored Esks-Als rivalry
CFL.ca's Dave Campbell states that one of the best East-West rivalries in sports was renewed the minute Anthony Calvillo arrived in Montreal - we just didn't know it yet.
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Mark StephenThanks for the memories, Anthony
Like everyone associated with the CFL, Mark Stephen has many memories of Anthony Calvillo. Here are a couple that stand out.
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Jim MorrisBC Place was always the 'mystery' of Calvillo's career
Despite his greatness, there was one venue that haunted Anthony Calvillo throughout his career: BC Place.  CFL.ca's Jim Morris has more.
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Jamie NyeCalvillo always saved his best for Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan knows it’s football and Rider fans know when they are witnessing a good thing. So often they looked on with wonder how Calvillo was able to carve apart a defence.
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Bob IrvingCalvillo always managed to find a way
Even when he may not have been at his very best, Anthony Calvillo found a way to guide the Alouettes to victory. Bob Irving explains.
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Justin DunkTiming was everything for Anthony Calvillo
Anthony Calvillo's road to from Las Vegas through Hamilton and all the way to Montreal was all about timing, explains CFL.ca's Justin Dunk.
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Don LandryThere was no bigger Argo foe than Calvillo
If the Tiger-Cats are the Argos' biggest rival, Anthony Calvillo is undoubtedly their biggest adversary of the last two decades according to Don Landry.
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Fan Comments
Hi everyone. I'm from south of the border and have just become a CFL fan over the course of this past season. That being, I never got a chance to see Calvillo in his prime, but the respect accorded him by the entire league clearly shows he was as excellent a man as a player. I just wanted to add in my two cents' worth and give kind words to such a revered man as Calvillo. Also, I'm really looking forward to July!
January 21, 2014 - 10:05pm
als rule
life now begins for the als without AC!! THE KING IS DEAD LONG LIVE THE KING!! your up now as the als new starting QB troy smith GOOD LUCK!!
January 21, 2014 - 11:02am