Jerry Jones may be happy with Ezekiel Elliott's play on the field, but it's his decision making off the field that has the Cowboys' owner/GM worried.
As per TMZ, the Dallas Cowboys' first-round rookie was spotted in a Seattle marijuana dispensary Thursday afternoon before the Dallas Cowboys took on the Seahawks in a preseason game.
Sources told TMZ that Elliott did not buy anything while at the dispensary, adding that it's common for tourists to browse the shops in the area. Elliott also stopped and took pictures for fans, showing he had nothing to hide.
However, Jones is unhappy with how the visit will be perceived and knows that the Cowboys' can ill-afford any more issues with their players and substance abuse.
"It's just not good,'' Jones said after the game, according to David Moore of the Dallas News. "That's a part of just really getting the big picture here.''
Due to the NFL's strict drug policy, Jones is concerned that Elliott is not making a wise decision by putting himself in those kind of situations.
"In general, while it may not be wrong, it's just not good,'' Jones added. "I don't want to say anymore.''
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