Saskatchewan Van Roughriders are in the race for the quarterback at Levi Mitchell, for all sources.
It became a three-team competition for Mitchell among the Calgary Stampeders, Toronto Argonauts and Riders. The stamps came across their offer last night, while Argus presented Mitchell with a big offer after a free agency kicked off.
Group president Craig Reynolds and CEO Jeremy O'Day have made an offer to try to persuade Mitchell to play Regina.
Mitchell has a winning pedigree: his 69-15-2 regular win record loss and .802 winning percentage is the top mark in CFL history. He has two Gray Cup victories and two CFL MOP awards.
According to sources, the ideal scenario of Saskatchewan in the most important role of football includes the riders who want to show Mitchell the benefits of playing in Riderville. The organization can pull out all the breaks in an effort to sell Mitchell and his family to play green and white.
Riders will try to influence Mitchell, pushing the advantages of being the face of the franchise – especially after playing a career when Mitchell can earn income in different ways long after the days of stepping on the football field are over. Combined with the benefits of playing in the state of the art facility for a corrupt fan base.
The two riders raised $ 460,000, while the Brandon Bridge raised over $ 160,000. Making all those single-player dollars can put the riders and then some will put the riders in the financial area of Mitchell: $ 750,000. Economically, riders can be able to offer a competitive offer.