Calvillo won't practice until symptom-free from concussion

{eot} Staff
8/30/2013 1:32:30 PM
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Montreal Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo was at practice on Friday, but the veteran signal caller said it was only to test his overall health, and that he wouldn't be around the team's facility for the rest of the weekend.

Calvillo opened up about the concussion he suffered against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Week 8, saying he has felt lousy the past two weeks and that intermittent headaches and blurry vision has persisted.

The 41-year-old has not been able to engage in any physical activity since his concussion, and will not do so until he is symptom-free.

In seven games this year Calvillo has thrown for 1,322 yards and six touchdowns to five interceptions.

Anthony Calvillo (Photo: The Canadian Press)


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