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SportCowboys' Jerry Jones doesn't see 'any consequences' for Ezekiel Elliott incident at music festival

03:45  24 may  2019
03:45  24 may  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn't see the NFL taking any action against Ezekiel Elliott for an altercation that occurred at the Electric Daisy Carnival music festival.

"I think that the main thing is that I don't see anything that needs supporting," Jones told reporters Thursday, via The Dallas Morning News. "In terms of his status with us, (it) has not been impacted in any way. And frankly, I know how conscientious he has been in the offseason, and that's good enough. No, I don't see that having any consequences for us."

Elliott was handcuffed over the weekend in Las Vegas after shoving an event staffer, a TMZ Sports report stated.

Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott handcuffed after shoving music event staffer, report says

Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott handcuffed after shoving music event staffer, report says The running back's attorney, Frank Salzano, said his client was detained but not formally arrested or charged in the alleged incident.

Jerry Jones tells TMZ Sports he does not believe Ezekiel Elliott will miss a single game for an alleged domestic violence investigation. The Dallas Cowboys owner was leaving Gucci in Bev Hills (got money, spend it right?) when our guy hit him up with a bunch of Cowboys questions.

Jones acknowledged the exchange with Friel late Sunday night after the Cowboys ' win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Jones also stated that though there is not "closure" surrounding the incident If the NFL does indeed find that Elliott violated the domestic violence policy, we do not know if the

He was seen arguing with his girlfriend in a parking lot around 3 a.m. local time. Although Elliott doesn't appear put his hands on her in the cellphone video obtained by TMZ, the report noted he did allegedly block her from walking away several times which is apparently when event staffers stepped in.

Elliott shoved one staffer backward and again to the ground. He eventually was handcuffed and escorted off the property after event security and Las Vegas Metro Police arrived.

Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said earlier in the week this would not have an impact on discussions surrounding Elliott's potential contract extension.

Elliott is due for a new deal after Dallas picked up the fifth-year option of his rookie contract last month.

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The veteran tight end is vouching for the loyalty of Jerry Jones and Company and predicting new deals for his fellow offensive playmakers. "Look, this organization is extremely loyal to signing their own players," Witten said Wednesday. "They believe in that. I think when it all kind of clears out, that will be the same thing. I think these players know that — Amari, Zeke, Dak — that those things get resolved because both sides want to be there. "I love how they're handling it. They're here working and they're not getting caught up in that.

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