Elliott's camp found Jones' 'Zeke who?' joke disrespectful
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There are at least two people who didn't find Jerry Jones' joke about Ezekiel Elliott funny on Saturday night.

With Elliott holding out in hopes of a new contract from the Dallas Cowboys, rookie rusher Tony Pollard has played well in his absence. And when asked if Pollard was his "best negotiator with Zeke," the Dallas Cowboys owner replied, "Zeke who?"

Apparently, the joke fell flat with Elliott and his camp.

"I didn't think it was funny and neither did Zeke - we actually thought it was disrespectful," Elliott's agent, Rocky Arceneaux, told ESPN's Chris Mortensen on Monday.

However, Jones did go on to say that the Cowboys will need both Pollard and Elliott this season.

Pollard had five carries for 42 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys' Week 2 preseason game against the Los Angeles Rams.

Elliott's camp found Jones' 'Zeke who?' joke disrespectful
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