Ezekiel Elliott was not amused by Saturday’s “Zeke who?” quip from Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and thought it was “disrespectful,” according to Elliott’s agent.
Jones answered a question about Elliott after the Cowboys’ preseason game Saturday in Hawaii with “Zeke who?”
The Cowboys owner then clarified he wanted Elliott to know he was just “cracking a joke at Zeke’s expense.”
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Jones had been asked if running back Tony Pollard, who is having a strong training camp, was the best negotiating ploy the Cowboys have in talks with Elliott, which drew his response.
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