Cowboys owner: Ezekiel Elliott incident at EDC shouldn't have 'any consequences for us'

Las Vegas Sun
Cowboys owner: Ezekiel Elliott incident at EDC shouldn't have 'any consequences for us'
Cowboys owner: Ezekiel Elliott incident at EDC shouldn't have 'any consequences for us'

FRISCO, Texas — Jerry Jones doesn't believe an incident involving Ezekiel Elliott over the weekend will result in any punitive measures for the NFL's leading rusher. According to a statement from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Elliott was briefly detained and handcuffed by officers at 3 a.m. Sunday morning after he was observed from a distance pushing a security guard to the ground. When the guard refused to press charges for misdemeanor battery, Elliott was released. There was no arrest and no charge. The episode took place in the parking lot of a Las Vegas music festival. "The main thing is that I don't see anything that needs supporting," Jones said Thursday from a ground-breaking

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