TORONTO - For now, there’s no sense of complacency in the air at Argoland, no discernible evidence that the team is experiencing any kind of football hangover from its Grey Cup title.
With jobs to be won, careers at stake and buttons being pushed to extract every bit of skill from this group, it’s way too early in the process to pass any judgment.
For now, all the right words are being said. The mood was established during the off-season when head coach Scott Milanovich was in contact with players preaching the perils of living in the past.
It would carry over on the opening of camp when former player and head coach Michael (Pinball) Clemons addressed the team.