Jerry Jones still not talking about Ezekiel Elliott suspension

Since March, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has insisted Ezekiel Elliott had done nothing to warrant a suspension and would not be suspended. Four days after the league suspended the star running back for six games, Jones still has not talked publicly about it.

Jones missed his annual media party in Malibu on Friday night and was not in the locker room when it opened to reporters after Saturday’s preseason game against the Rams. Both are out of the ordinary for Jones.

He did show up to practice Tuesday, signing autographs for fans. Jones, reportedly “furious” with the league’s decision, stopped for reporters but did not share his thoughts on the decision.

Jones said he will comment on the Elliott suspension at a later time when he has a chance to “get my feet on the ground about it and just have it extremely well planned and thought out,” according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News.

“I don’t have anything to say about any of the appeal or anything about the issue today,” Jones said, via James Palmer of the NFL Network. “But certainly I’ll be visiting with you guys about it in the future. But right now, today, is just not the time for me to talk about it.”


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