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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugoagogo View Post
    CFL has released names of 10 neg list players per team. Here's the link:

    https://www.cfl.ca/2018/12/12/cfl-re...layers-team-2/

    Esks players include:

    NAME POSTION COLLEGE
    Ameer Abdullah RB Nebraska J
    Josh Buss LB Montana
    Quinterrius Eatmon OT South Florida
    Christian Hackenberg QB Penn State
    Jordan Love* QB Utah State
    Jamal Morrow RB Washington State
    Sammy Seamster DB Middle Tennessee State
    Ryan Switzer WR North Carolina
    Manny Wilkins* QB Arizona State
    Shane Zylstra WR Minnesota State
    Big run on QB's. 5 for Calgary and Toronto, 6 Ottawa, 8 for BC, 7 for Hammy and only 4 for Sask. Would have figured Sask. for about 15 QBs on the 10 man list.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugoagogo View Post
    CFL has released names of 10 neg list players per team. Here's the link:

    https://www.cfl.ca/2018/12/12/cfl-re...layers-team-2/

    Esks players include:

    NAME POSTION COLLEGE
    Ameer Abdullah RB Nebraska J
    Josh Buss LB Montana
    Quinterrius Eatmon OT South Florida
    Christian Hackenberg QB Penn State
    Jordan Love* QB Utah State
    Jamal Morrow RB Washington State
    Sammy Seamster DB Middle Tennessee State
    Ryan Switzer WR North Carolina
    Manny Wilkins* QB Arizona State
    Shane Zylstra WR Minnesota State
    OMG not Hackenburg, NNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    OMG not Hackenburg, NNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
    Not to worry just yet, he signed with Memphis of the AAF in November. He certainly doesn't appear to have the running ability to be a CFL QB.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by turftoe27 View Post
    Not to worry just yet, he signed with Memphis of the AAF in November. He certainly doesn't appear to have the running ability to be a CFL QB.
    I'm a NY Jets fan so I know this guy does not have the mental capacity, the gumption or the accuracy to be in the cfl either. Pure awful.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    I'm a NY Jets fan so I know this guy does not have the mental capacity, the gumption or the accuracy to be in the cfl either. Pure awful.
    So... potential future Montreal backup ?😛

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by couchspud View Post
    So... potential future Montreal starter?��
    Corrected

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    The BC Lions Football Club Thursday announced that defensive coordinator Mark Washington, special teams coordinator Jeff Reinebold, offensive line coach Dan Dorazio, linebackers coach Chris Tormey, defensive line coach Randy Melvin, assistant defensive backs coach Stanley Franks and running backs coach Mike Lionello will not be offered contracts for the 2019 season.

    https://www.bclions.com/2018/12/13/b...ching-staff-2/
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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugoagogo View Post
    The BC Lions Football Club Thursday announced that defensive coordinator Mark Washington, special teams coordinator Jeff Reinebold, offensive line coach Dan Dorazio, linebackers coach Chris Tormey, defensive line coach Randy Melvin, assistant defensive backs coach Stanley Franks and running backs coach Mike Lionello will not be offered contracts for the 2019 season.

    https://www.bclions.com/2018/12/13/b...ching-staff-2/
    No surprise about Washington with Stubs hired a couple of days ago. Wonder if we have any interest in him ?

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by turftoe27 View Post
    No surprise about Washington with Stubs hired a couple of days ago. Wonder if we have any interest in him ?
    I have a feeling that we will pass on Washington, but Reinebold interests me.
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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugoagogo View Post
    I have a feeling that we will pass on Washington, but Reinebold interests me.
    I would like Reinebold as St Co and asst offensive co.
    Run the Ball up the gut around the horn it does not matter. We run we win what is so difficult to understand.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by danlaurin View Post
    I would like Reinebold as St Co and asst offensive co.
    I like Reinbold as a person, great guy, but doesnít strike me as a workaholic, sometimes slips a little
    on details. He may be the best we can do for the money, just my impression.
    There were times in Ham. when there was confusion on the sidelines on teams during his tenure.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugoagogo View Post
    I have a feeling that we will pass on Washington, but Reinebold interests me.
    Certainly a bit of a rebel. Seem to recall something about Reinebold being introduced at the presser when he took the Bomber HC job arriving on stage on a Harley. Think it was about the mid 90's. iirc Hugh Campbell highly recommended him for the Winnipeg job.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by couchspud View Post
    I like Reinbold as a person, great guy, but doesn’t strike me as a workaholic, sometimes slips a little
    on details. He may be the best we can do for the money, just my impression.
    There were times in Ham. when there was confusion on the sidelines on teams during his tenure.
    I think you make a good point about money. Super to see the Stamps promote Brent Monson to the DC position with him being Canadian but he likely will be low on the salary scale. Or possibly Corey Mace, their Dline coach is on the move.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by couchspud View Post
    I like Reinbold as a person, great guy, but doesn’t strike me as a workaholic, sometimes slips a little
    on details. He may be the best we can do for the money, just my impression.
    There were times in Ham. when there was confusion on the sidelines on teams during his tenure.
    Reinebold personifies the "player's coach"... for better and worse. He is very close to his players and other coaches, and will bend over backwards for them, but that loyalty and passion can also get him into trouble. At the end of the season, there were a few Twitter blowups where someone made a joke about Buono, and Coach Reinebold took it way too personally, and went off on the guy (media member) about having never played the game and not having a clue. It's not that he's the first one to ever hold that view of fans/media, but most do a better job of keeping that inside voice to themselves. His players love him, and he knows the league and the schemes.

    I could see him being a fit for our ST role, though, with his experience, I don't think he's at the cheaper end of the range by any means. I can't see him being an Offensive Asst though, as he's normally worked either as a DC or ST... not the guy that you'd hand the reigns of a Jason Maas offence to imo. Ultimately, I think he works best with a more staid HC like Buono or June Jones, and it would be an interesting dynamic to see him under an animated HC like Maas.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by GreatWhiteNorth View Post
    Reinebold personifies the "player's coach"... for better and worse. He is very close to his players and other coaches, and will bend over backwards for them, but that loyalty and passion can also get him into trouble. At the end of the season, there were a few Twitter blowups where someone made a joke about Buono, and Coach Reinebold took it way too personally, and went off on the guy (media member) about having never played the game and not having a clue. It's not that he's the first one to ever hold that view of fans/media, but most do a better job of keeping that inside voice to themselves. His players love him, and he knows the league and the schemes.

    I could see him being a fit for our ST role, though, with his experience, I don't think he's at the cheaper end of the range by any means. I can't see him being an Offensive Asst though, as he's normally worked either as a DC or ST... not the guy that you'd hand the reigns of a Jason Maas offence to imo. Ultimately, I think he works best with a more staid HC like Buono or June Jones, and it would be an interesting dynamic to see him under an animated HC like Maas.
    Jeff is emmersed and fluent in the r&s offence....
    So he knows o and d..

    Not sure I want him as stc but we gotta hire someone..

    Oh and it was Marshall Ferguson who he had the twitter spat with.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Reinebold cant keep his emotions in check on the sidelines. I understand being passionate for the game and your players as well... but we have all seen him in a state that is almost a wild man, and it looks like he has to be held back from going out after a ref. Esks need a true STs guy, but not Reinebold.

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    Re: CFL Offseason 2018/19

    Looks like the Jags have worked out Bo Levi Mitchell as well

    http://3downnation.com/2018/12/15/ja...levi-mitchell/

    Dave Naylor is reporting that Mitchell has workouts scheduled with a total of six NFL clubs so far.
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