Jerry Jones says he will stay quiet on Ezekiel Elliott case
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is not going to be sticking his nose into the Ezekiel Elliott proceedings.
As the team continues to await word on the appeal of his six-game suspension, Jones told 105.3 The Fan on Friday that he has been “uncharacteristically” quiet on the Elliott matter — and intends to stay that way.
Jerry Jones on @1053thefan said he's "uncharacteristically" been quiet about Ezekiel Elliott and will continue that for time being
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) September 8, 2017
Despite Jones’s typically outspoken nature, there’s not a lot for him to say here. We do know that he’s feeling optimistic about Elliott’s appeal, but it seems like anything he could say would only distract from or hinder the appeal process.