The security guard who was knocked down by Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott said he’d like a “sincere apology.”
Kyle Johnson told KCBS-TV in Los Angeles that he wasn’t injured in the incident captured on video, but was looking for more contrition than he got from Elliott — who bumped into him and then forearmed him to the ground against a metal fence.
“I wasn’t hurt or anything, but just to have someone that you looked up to shove you on the ground over a metal fence?” Johnson said. “It’s not the biggest thing in the world, but really, nothing happened? I mean, come on. . . .
“I did get an apology from him. It wasn’t a sincere apology. He didn’t maintain eye contact. It didn’t seem sincere at all.”
The 19-year-old Johnson plays football at a California community college, and was working as a security guard at a Las Vegas music festival.
Video of the incident was obtained by TMZ.com, and the league has said it will review it for a possible infraction of the Personal Conduct Policy.
Zeke is always doing too much during the offseason.
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