Despite the history saying otherwise, Jerry Jones hold his organization to a certain standard and players that commit acts of domestic violence against women aren’t tolerated and won’t be allowed on the team. Nope. Never ever. After Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was granted a stay of his suspension Friday, allowing him to play Week 9 against the Kansas City Chiefs — the Dallas Cowboys owner had this to say about his case and any other case involving domestic violence. “There is complete zero tolerance by me and by the Cowboys about domestic violence … (Zeke’s) not being treated fairly,” Jones said, according to Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News.
Jones: Cowboys have 'zero tolerance' for domestic violence
Total Pro Sports | Nov 4