Editor's note: This story was originally published on February 26, 2017. The photos tell the story. Jimmy Johnson beams. If he didn't have a sports coat on his back and shoes on his feet you would swear he just landed a 57-pound mahi-mahi in the waters of the Florida Keys. Across from him is Jerry Jones. As the two men laugh and reminisce, the Cowboys owner pulls Johnson close then throws his left arm around his former coach for an embrace. This was not a staged moment for the media's benefit.
The Arkansas football team was making the trip for a game. Jones was an offensive lineman with the Razorbacks in the early 1960s and would sit next to his good friend, running back Jim Lindsey. Jones came across a story about Art Modell, his beautiful wife and two sons. He was fascinated by the man who gave up a career as an advertising executive to purchase the Cleveland Browns of the NFL. "I remember reading that as we were riding along, talking,'' Jones said.
Ezekiel Elliott's instincts are impeccable on the football field. Too bad that doesn't transfer to his decisions away from the game. The Cowboys running back thought -- actually, it's a stretch to imply any thinking was involved -- it was fine to pull down a woman's top and expose her breast during a St. Patrick's Day celebration over the weekend. Elliott's actions were captured on video and echo well beyond Lower Greenville, where the episode took place.
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