National Football League won't fine Ezekiel Elliott for Salvation Army celebration

  • National Football League won't fine Ezekiel Elliott for Salvation Army celebration

National Football League won't fine Ezekiel Elliott for Salvation Army celebration

'My dream is that the National Football League would fine the daylights out of him, and I'm going to take them to the Supreme Court, ' Jones joked on Sunday night. But if that kettle read anything other than "The Salvation Army" on the side, he'd probably be handing over some cash to the league.

"That bucket is just sitting right there by the end zone", Elliott said to reporters after the game.

"I think the Salvation Army should give him the highest award", Jones said after the game, via ESPN.

Elliott said he wants to keep having fun but regretted putting his team in a bad spot by moving the ensuing kickoff back 15 yards.

Elliott's act brought to mind a former Cowboy likewise well known for his end-zone celebrations.

The Denver Nuggets Dancers and SuperMascot Rocky will be joining in at a King Soopers on Wednesday, Dec. 21, from 4-5 pm to support the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign.

Elliott promised to match whatever fine he received with a donation to the Salvation Army. "I thought it was creative, but he shouldn't have done it", the coach said. You've got to be careful about snow angels. 2017 looks exciting and we wish great things for everyone.

"It's certainly the most we've been talked about in the five years I've been here". There's no word yet on whether Elliott will still make a donation.

What was a spontaneous celebration became one of the top trends on social media on Monday, and its effects are beginning to be felt at divisions all across the country, including in Atlanta.

"He was actually talking about that pregame, should he do it, will they fine him". He crouched down before coming up slowly, pretending to play hide-and-seek.

"Why not let it be legal?"