Elliott Celebrates Cowboys TD By Jumping In Salvation Army Kettle

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ARLINGTON (105.3 The Fan) – Following a touchdown during the Dallas Cowboys game against the Tamp Bay Buccaneers Sunday night, running back Ezekiel Elliott made a personal donation to the Salvation Army.

After a 3 yard rushing touchdown, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott jumped into the Salvation Army red kettle sitting in the back of the end zone.

Zeke was flagged with a personal foul, using a prop during a TD celebration. But it was worth it!

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  1. Zek and Dak’s youthful enthusiasm is contagious! They both make watching the Cowboys fun. While it cost the Cowboys a penalty, it was worth it because it brought the Salvation Army’s red kettle drive to the nation’s attention. Thanks Zek for taking one for the team!

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