Ezekiel Elliott Owes Cardale Jones Some Money After Signing His Rookie Contract With the Cowboys

Ezekiel Elliott signed a contract with the Dallas Cowboys worth $25 million. He could afford to settle a debt with former Ohio State teammate Cardale Jones.

Cardale Jones and Ezekiel Elliott

Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott already owes someone money. No, the former Ohio State running back didn't buy an expensive car he couldn't afford. He owes fellow NFL rookie and former OSU teammate Cardale Jones a little cash, because when Elliott signed a four-year contract worth $24.9 million dollars on Wednesday, Jones, a fourth-round selection by the Buffalo Bills, came out of the woodwork, tweeting that Zeke owes him $5. 

Elliott is a man of his word, however, replying to Jones that he would pay him back.

 

Since Elliott will be making millions of dollars, he may want to keep his head on a swivel for any other debts he may have incurred from his teammates at OSU.


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