Cowboys, Ezekiel Elliott Donate Proceeds Of "Zeke Who?" T-Shirt To Salvation Army

Dallas Cowboys, Ezekiel Elliott Donation To Salvation Army
By 105.3 The Fan
The Dallas Cowboys donated $150,000 in proceeds from the “Zeke Who?” T-shirt sales to the Salvation Army on Tuesday following morning practice at The Star.
Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott also donated an additional $100,000 from his September multi-million dollar contract extension.

@EzekielElliott joined @CJonesAnderson following practice Tuesday to present this check to @SalArmyNTX from proceeds of “Zeke Who?” T-shirt. Other Salvation Army note: @elliegoulding will perform halftime Thurs to launch 2019 Red Kettle campaign. #CowboysNation @dallascowboys pic.twitter.com/FmqlbwBg1h

— KristiCowboySideline (@KristiCowboy) November 26, 2019

At the end of the presser when the Cowboys official resigned Elliott, owner Jerry Jones presented Elliott with a t-shirt that said "Zeke Who?" on the front.

On the back, the shirt read, "That's Who" with a silhouette of Elliott doing his signature jump over a defensive player.

Elliott and his agent Rocky Arceneaux were reportedly not happy with Jerry Jones after he made a joke after the preseason win over the Los Angeles Rams. 

When asked about rookie Tony Pollard's strong performance after the game, Jones said, "Zeke who?" to 105.3 The Fan's Mike Fisher and other media members. Jones quickly added, "we're having some fun.''