Jones said they basically agreed to disagree.
"We spoke and it's one of those things where anytime you have a controversial call, each side is going to have their opinion on that call," Jones said Thursday. "Again, we're just looking for consistency on this end and we're gonna abide by the CFL rules. We're gonna worry about what matters and that's coaching them and playing."
I asked Jones if he was happy or angry when he hung up the phone.
"You know what?" Jones answered. "I'll leave that unbeknown."
Jones was asked if the CFL at least acknowledged that the interpretation of Pass Interference in the league is an issue right now.
"They're trying to work, as a league, we've been trying to for a long time to - I wouldn't even say improve the officiating - just to make it consistent," Jones said. "A lot of these guys, I mean they're human too, and when errors are made, it's unfortunate. That's why we have replay. Then when it goes to the Command Centre, that's when we have the chance to get it right."