Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, for the most part silent over the Ezekiel Elliott matter, spoke in somewhat vague terms about the suspension and what it means for the team going forward.
When asked why he previously vowed not to talk about the subject, he did… “because I have said I just want to get my thoughts together, see some more cards played and just see kind of how this thing turns out. I know that they’ve got a real important date set and want that to have every opportunity it can to have things in its best light. But we certainly are in support of Zeke.”
“Of course I’m hopeful we’ll have Zeke back in there pretty quick too, as far as looking at it like you might an injury or something like that,” Jones said. “We’ve got a lot of football to play under any circumstances regarding this suspension.”