Ezekil Elliott returned to the Cowboys Wednesday after holding out of training camp for a new contract, a contract that would make him the richest running back in NFL history.
Well, a portion of that 6-year, 90 million dollar contract will be going not towards Zeke, but rather a better cause.
The star RB announced that he’s pledging 100,000 to the Salvation Army so they can build a new facility in Dallas.
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Zeke forever came connected with the charity when he infamously jumped into the giant Salvation Army pot sat inside AT&T Stadium after a touchdown.
Elliott makes a donation each year to the Salvation Army.