Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott on NFL fining him for celebration: ‘A lot of things they do define ridiculous’

first_imgThe Cowboys are excited about their hot streak but Ezekiel Elliott isn’t thrilled about the recent fine the NFL issued him.Elliott dropped $21 and Dak Prescott into the Salvation Army Kettle during two separate touchdown celebrations in his team’s 31-23 victory over the Redskins in late November. The NFL responded by fining him $13,369 for unsportsmanlike conduct, much to Elliott’s disappointment.  The Cowboys have been doing plenty of winning lately. They’ve emerged from their last four games victorious, with their most recent win coming against the Saints, who were widely considered one of the best teams in the NFL. Related News The Cowboys will attempt to beat the Eagles on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET. They’ll enter that game with a 7-5 record. “A lot of things they (the NFL) do define ridiculous,” Elliott said, via ProFootballTalk. “But I mean, that’s not really any of my business, not really anything I can change, so I’m just going to keep being focused on this season, keep being focused on leading this team and focused on going out there and winning ball games.” Drew Brees, Saints credit Cowboys as 10-game win streak endslast_img read more