Recently retired Anthony Calvillo scouting for Alouettes

Anthony Calvillo scouts at the CFL's regional combine in Montreal on Wednesday, March 19, 2014....

Anthony Calvillo scouts at the CFL's regional combine in Montreal on Wednesday, March 19, 2014. (Sebastien St-Jean/QMI Agency)

PIERRE DUROCHER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:01 AM ET

MONTREAL - Three-time Grey Cup winner Anthony Calvillo, who retired just two months ago, didn't stay out of football for long.

QMI Agency caught him evaluating prospects for his old team, the Montreal Alouettes, this week at the CFL Regional Combine.

Forty young university players took part in the evaluation camp at Concordia University's Stinger Dome Wednesday.

Calvillo was scouting for the Als as they prepare for the CFL draft in May

At his retirement announcement in January, the CFL's all-time leading passer said he planned to get into coaching next year, likely as a Montreal-based quarterbacks coach.

"(Als owner) Bob Wetenhall told me to tell him when I would be ready," Calvillo said at the combine. "But first I'll have to see if a spot opens up on the coaching staff."

There isn't much doubt the Als will clear a spot for him on the sidelines.


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