Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott apparently has an issue with his dogs yet again. According to a report from Tom Steele of the Dallas Morning News, Elliott was cited by police for three counts of animal-at-large with the rottweiler being put on a mandatory 10-day quarantine hold.
According to the report, the victims were sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Moreover, while an investigation is underway, the Cowboys talent — nor anyone else for that matter — has not been charged with larger potential crimes.
This is actually the second time in roughly a year that Ezekiel Elliott is making the news for reasons that have nothing to do with the NFL, but everything involving his dogs. Just last year, he was sued when a woman at his house claimed she was bit by one of his dogs while cleaning his pool.
That lawsuit — the pool lady one — also claims another pool person was bit.
At the time of this writing, neither the Dallas Cowboys or Ezekiel Elliott have released a statement regarding the matter. Depending on how much steam the story generates, this might end up a blip on the radar rather than something that sends shockwaves on the internet.