Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones has Formally Talked with Ezekiel Elliott
According to ESPN.com, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said he has spoken with Ezekiel Elliott since the running back’s involvement in a bar fight this past Sunday.
Uplifting news for Cowboys fans that nobody was arrested after the occurrence and Elliott wasn’t recorded as a suspect on the underlying police report. Sadly, owner, Jerry Jones said he has some detail, yet there’s a whole other world to find on the circumstance.
Jones and the NFL have not yet talked about anything in regards to this episode.
What’s insane is that Jones never at any point had a clue about Elliott’s abusive behavior at home in Columbus, Ohio, that could pave the way to potential suspension and the season hasn’t started.
Transitioning from Ohio State to America’s most loved team, the result wasn’t generally what Elliott was anticipating.
Elliott expressed before this past June that the spotlight in Dallas is brighter than he envisioned or experienced at Ohio State.
Actually, that announcement totally clarifies why every one of these episodes has jumped out at the new kid on the block star.
How about we simply trust the fourth general pick will be prepared this up and coming season.
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