What happened to the SMS audit report ?

Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by 300Magnum » Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:36 pm

jamie wrote:I thought Dunk said without doubt that Sask and Jones actually worked out Manziel?


Maybe Jones worked out Manzeils publicist. ;)
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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by bobo82 » Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:47 pm

Preisst wrote:The league should just ask the Roughriders for a loan instead of giving us fines for doing the same thing every other team does. :wink:

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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by Taleback » Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:48 pm

Preisst wrote:The league should just ask the Roughriders for a loan instead of giving us fines for doing the same thing every other team does. :wink:

Usually I'm with ya Priesst, but not this time. Jones is all that is being said about him. He has no respect for anything but Chris Jones. The fact that I have to hope he succeeds in whatever plan he has up his sleeve for Rider success
really pis ses me off. Just simply not a fan of the guy and would wish him and his antics nothing but failure if not for the little Rider thing that's been with me since I was a pup.
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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by Jabs » Fri Apr 28, 2017 10:00 pm

I'm sure it's been said before but C.J. is definitely the Donald Trump of the C.F.L..
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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by bobo82 » Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:00 am

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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by Grover » Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:52 am

Well here is 1 SSK writer from the Regina Leader-Post that tells it like it is

The Saskatchewan Roughriders do not open training camp for another month, but they are already in two-a-day mode.

The CFL handed the Roughriders a pair of fines Friday, adding to the list of violations by Chris Jones and associates.

Most recently, the Green and White has been disciplined for two bylaw violations ($31,500) while Jones has been fined $5,000 for meeting with the publicist for troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel.

Johnny Football flashed his patented “money” gesture upon being ill-advisedly drafted by the NFL’s Cleveland Browns in 2014, so it all fits, really.

What is the Riders’ tab now? Where is the abacus?

Aug. 2, 2016: CFL penalizes the Roughriders $15,000 for a ratio violation.

Aug. 11, 2016: CFL fines Roughriders $60,000 for roster violations and reduces the team’s salary cap by $26,000. Commissioner Jeffrey Orridge says the Roughriders “have compromised the reputation of the CFL.”

Aug. 14, 2016: Add $5,000 for a field violation — staying on the McMahon Stadium midfield logo during player introductions before a game in Calgary.

April 28, 2017: The aforementioned $31,500 for two bylaw violations (players attending practice while on the CFL’s suspension list; violations related to recruitment of a junior player).

April 28, 2017: Cha-ching! Jones is dinged $5,000. Manziel is on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ negotiation list, so contact with his mouthpiece constituted tampering.

The (116) grand total: $116,500.

Six figures worth of sanctions do not take into account other questionable moves by the Roughriders.

Last July, it came to light that Jones had talked with controversial defensive lineman Greg Hardy, who in 2014 was charged with assaulting and threatening his former girlfriend. Jones told the media that the disgraced ex-NFLer had initiated the discussion, after which the CFL blocked the Roughriders from adding him to the negotiation list.

On the same day that the Hardy matter made news, Jones defended the Roughriders’ decision to sign Justin Cox even though the international defensive back had faced legal issues relating to domestic violence. (The Roughriders released Cox last week, after he was charged with assault causing bodily harm.)

Let’s not forget Aug. 31, 2016, when the Roughriders’ tone-deaf signing of defensive tackle Khalif Mitchell was announced. Mitchell had been fined the previous year by the CFL and the Montreal Alouettes (his team at the time) for anti-Semitic tweets.

The Roughriders’ media release regarding the addition of Mitchell arrived as members of media were touring/ogling the substantially completed Mosaic Stadium. Instantly, a cloud was cast over what should have been a good-news day for the community-owned team.

But this is a regime that is seemingly allergic to positivism.

Last season, for example, the Roughriders erupted for one victory in their first 11 games under Jones — the well-compensated head coach, general manager and vice-president of football operations.

The Roughriders of 2016 finished with a 5-13 record, giving them co-tenancy in the league basement with the Toronto Argonauts, and apparently it was all Darian Durant’s fault. Shortly after the season, Jones attached the “moderately successful” label to the accomplished quarterback, who was rightfully rankled.

Durant is now employed by the Alouettes. The Roughriders, meanwhile, are still trying to determine who their starting quarterback will be. The youth movement includes Kevin Glenn, 37, and Vince Young, 33. Sustained success, we are told, is the goal. Oh.

Upon becoming a Roughrider in December of 2015, Jones inherited a 3-15 team with a roster that included two other immensely popular players — defensive end John Chick and slotback Weston Dressler.

Chick and Dressler were released in January of last year, when the Roughriders cited financial reasons. Chick resurfaced with Hamilton and was named a CFL all-star. Dressler, as a Winnipeg Blue Bomber, amassed 1,003 receiving yards in only 14 games.


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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by HfxTC » Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:03 am

Think about this for a Prairie second. A team that has at least double the revenues of the next wealthiest franchise, is showing losses on its bottom line, constantly doing its own thing at the expense of the league and partners and languishing at the bottom of the standings.

And if you listen to most of their fan base. The rest of the league is jealous :lol: conspiring against them :lol: and should take advantage of their rivals limited financial means at every turn to get a competitive edge. :lol:

Canada's team :lol: :roll:
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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by bobo82 » Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:38 am

Grover wrote:Well here is 1 SSK writer from the Regina Leader-Post that tells it like it is

The Saskatchewan Roughriders do not open training camp for another month, but they are already in two-a-day mode.

The CFL handed the Roughriders a pair of fines Friday, adding to the list of violations by Chris Jones and associates.

Most recently, the Green and White has been disciplined for two bylaw violations ($31,500) while Jones has been fined $5,000 for meeting with the publicist for troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel.

Johnny Football flashed his patented “money” gesture upon being ill-advisedly drafted by the NFL’s Cleveland Browns in 2014, so it all fits, really.

What is the Riders’ tab now? Where is the abacus?

Aug. 2, 2016: CFL penalizes the Roughriders $15,000 for a ratio violation.

Aug. 11, 2016: CFL fines Roughriders $60,000 for roster violations and reduces the team’s salary cap by $26,000. Commissioner Jeffrey Orridge says the Roughriders “have compromised the reputation of the CFL.”

Aug. 14, 2016: Add $5,000 for a field violation — staying on the McMahon Stadium midfield logo during player introductions before a game in Calgary.

April 28, 2017: The aforementioned $31,500 for two bylaw violations (players attending practice while on the CFL’s suspension list; violations related to recruitment of a junior player).

April 28, 2017: Cha-ching! Jones is dinged $5,000. Manziel is on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ negotiation list, so contact with his mouthpiece constituted tampering.

The (116) grand total: $116,500.

Six figures worth of sanctions do not take into account other questionable moves by the Roughriders.

Last July, it came to light that Jones had talked with controversial defensive lineman Greg Hardy, who in 2014 was charged with assaulting and threatening his former girlfriend. Jones told the media that the disgraced ex-NFLer had initiated the discussion, after which the CFL blocked the Roughriders from adding him to the negotiation list.

On the same day that the Hardy matter made news, Jones defended the Roughriders’ decision to sign Justin Cox even though the international defensive back had faced legal issues relating to domestic violence. (The Roughriders released Cox last week, after he was charged with assault causing bodily harm.)

Let’s not forget Aug. 31, 2016, when the Roughriders’ tone-deaf signing of defensive tackle Khalif Mitchell was announced. Mitchell had been fined the previous year by the CFL and the Montreal Alouettes (his team at the time) for anti-Semitic tweets.

The Roughriders’ media release regarding the addition of Mitchell arrived as members of media were touring/ogling the substantially completed Mosaic Stadium. Instantly, a cloud was cast over what should have been a good-news day for the community-owned team.

But this is a regime that is seemingly allergic to positivism.

Last season, for example, the Roughriders erupted for one victory in their first 11 games under Jones — the well-compensated head coach, general manager and vice-president of football operations.

The Roughriders of 2016 finished with a 5-13 record, giving them co-tenancy in the league basement with the Toronto Argonauts, and apparently it was all Darian Durant’s fault. Shortly after the season, Jones attached the “moderately successful” label to the accomplished quarterback, who was rightfully rankled.

Durant is now employed by the Alouettes. The Roughriders, meanwhile, are still trying to determine who their starting quarterback will be. The youth movement includes Kevin Glenn, 37, and Vince Young, 33. Sustained success, we are told, is the goal. Oh.

Upon becoming a Roughrider in December of 2015, Jones inherited a 3-15 team with a roster that included two other immensely popular players — defensive end John Chick and slotback Weston Dressler.

Chick and Dressler were released in January of last year, when the Roughriders cited financial reasons. Chick resurfaced with Hamilton and was named a CFL all-star. Dressler, as a Winnipeg Blue Bomber, amassed 1,003 receiving yards in only 14 games.


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FAKE NEWS!!!!!! ALL FAKE!!!!!! DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT PEOPLE !!!!!!
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This is clearly no more than typical fashioned "Rider Hater" propaganda that is being falsely spread about Canada's Beloved Team . I'm sure that if you look hard enough and deep enough that you will find the true "Alternative Facts" about how there is an obvious conspiracy plot to besmirch and defame the good and honest name of Corky Jones and all things Riders by the rest of the CFL . It's a damn shame and a travesty of justice that while supporters of Jones Town are enjoying a nice tall drink of KOOL-Aid that the rest of us are all obviously too consumed with drinking the HATER-Aid. It's Jealousy is all it is folks , yup nothing more than jealousy and hate and I for one am sick of it . :cowboy:
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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by HfxTC » Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:58 am

Fines paid out by the Roughriders in the last few months because of Jones cheating.
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Re: What happened to the SMS audit report ?

by bobo82 » Sat Apr 29, 2017 2:37 pm

Jabs wrote:I'm sure it's been said before but C.J. is definitely the Donald Trump of the C.F.L..


He's going to build a wall around Saskatchewan and make the rest of the league pay for it !!! :lol:
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