Published: Wed, August 21, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Elliott won't be charged for Las Vegas incident

Elliott won't be charged for Las Vegas incident

Elliott continues to hold out in order to force a new contract from the Cowboys, and it doesn't seem like a resolution is close.

Dallas Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones made headlines recently with his not-so-subtle shot at running back Ezekiel Elliott.

Elliott is training in Cabo San Lucas while hoping to land a contract extension.

Dallas Cowboys superstar running back Ezekiel Elliott will not face criminal charges for the altercation that went down at EDC Las Vegas this year, according to a report.

"I didn't think it was amusing and neither did Zeke - we actually thought it was disrespectful", Arceneaux told ESPN on Monday.

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Jones said after his answer that he was "cracking a joke at Zeke's expense". Arceneaux said there has been no recent progress during his dialog with ESPN.

Smith has played in each of the 32 games the past two seasons, including 22 starts. The Cowboys took him in the second round, No. 34 overall, in part because one of their physicians, Daniel Cooper, performed the surgery on Smith.

Elliott, who has led the NFL with 4,048 rushing yards since he entered the league in 2016, reportedly won't play in 2019 without a new deal.

"I didn't think it was amusing and neither did Zeke. Nobody is getting cute here - certainly be a great complement to have a great running game where I can picture those guys [having] success at the same time out there, really giving the defense some fits".

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