Big surprise here. Good ol’ Jerrah Jones is sticking up for Zeke Elliott in his alleged domestic violence case. While the NFL hasn’t completed its investigation, Jones apparently finished his and apparently has cleared Elliott.
Jerrah told ESPN.com: “My opinion is there’s not even an issue over he said/she said. There’s not even an issue there.” This was after he said: “I have reviewed everything and there is absolutely nothing — not one thing — that had anything to do with domestic violence.”
Nice to see Jerrah running his own internal investigation into the case. Except you have to wonder exactly what his investigation consisted of? Logging onto NFL.com and seeing that Zeke Elliott rushed for over 1,600 yards and 15 touchdowns and deciding nothing to see here. Ya’ll can stop digging and just keep moving.
I’ve got a question: are you surprised?
This is the same crotchety old man who defended that human piece of garbage Greg Hardy as quote “leader.” Arguably even more asinine, the same old dude who … when describing Brandon Weeden said: “He’s a thing of beauty on throwing a football. His passing motion and his arm, frankly, you won’t see a more gifted passer.”
No offense to Brandon Weeden, but dude could be the last living organism on Earth, and he STILL wouldn’t be the most gifted passer.
Look, I’m not saying Elliott is guilty of what he has been accused of or not. I don’t know if he did it or not. I’m just saying I’d really like to hear it from someone other than the accused and the guy paying the accused. Especially since the guy paying the accused is the same guy who ran off Jimmy Johnson saying there were 500 other coaches who could have won a Super Bowl with the team they had.
Then again, it doesn’t really matter what we’re all saying, as long as we’re talking about you and your team, eh Jerr.