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Ezekiel Elliott appeals unexpected fine for Salvation Army donation

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12/5/2018 4:01:40 PM
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Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is appealing his $13,369 fine for unsportsmanlike conduct for dropping $21 into the Salvation Army kettle following a Thanksgiving Day touchdown against the Washington Redskins, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports.

"I mean I didn't really expect a fine, really don't care about the fine," Elliott said Wednesday. "It's all for a good cause and we're trying to bring awareness to the Salvation Army and if the NFL doesn't like that, then, I mean, that's on them. I'll pay their little fine."

Quarterback Dak Prescott was given a warning by the NFL after he was dropped into the kettle by Elliott after a touchdown run later in the win against the Redskins. As a rookie in 2016, Elliott was not fined for jumping into the kettle following a touchdown.

"I mean a lot of things they do define ridiculous but that's not really any of my business, not anything I can change," Elliott said. "So I'm just going to keep being focused on this season, focused on leading this team, focused on going out there and winning ballgames."

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