The duo were banned for 10 weeks and the club was fined $100,000 for a lockdown breach that saw Stack and Coleman-Jones visit a strip club and buy kebabs in the early hours of Friday morning.
An outraged Jones said the pair did not deserve a second chance and their actions will force the club to let go of innocent staff members.
“I would have sacked them,” Jones told Channel Nine’s Sunday Footy Show.
“What gets me is people have lost their jobs in the AFL and at Richmond, these two blokes along with their teammates are in a privileged position whereby they can go and kick a football and get paid well for it – and they still can’t abide by the rules which have been set out.
“There should be no second chances – they should be sacked.”
Richmond released a statement confirming the duo will pay $75,000 of the fine, yet the AFLPA has quashed the statement and said the club will need to pay the fee.