Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is not going to let Ezekiel Elliott’s possible absence put a damper on their games as he has high expectations of winning games.
Associated Press reports Jerry Jones as saying after their loss to the Bucs, “I’m operating as though right now he’s going to miss regular season games. My entire expectation for what we’re putting together as a team right now would anticipate with him holding out and not having any training camp, that he’s going to miss games. I just accept that.” Jones went on to say, “. . . we need to be able to win when we need to without players because of injuries, suspensions or in this case, holdout.”
Jones and the Dallas Cowboys will still play their best with whoever is present to play.
— Eve Hemingway