NFL fines Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott For kettle celebration

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Elliott and Prescott join the Cowboys’ tight ends on the list of kettle-related fines.

The NFL has fined Cowboys QB Dak Prescott and RB Ezekiel Elliott after the pair teamed up for a jack-in-the-box-themed touchdown celebration

the Salvation Army kettle during the Cowboys’ blowout win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.

Prescott and Elliott were each fined $13,261 for “unsportsmanlike conduct,” despite no flag being thrown on the play.

The fines weren’t a surprise after four Cowboys were penalized last week for similar reasons when Dalton Schultz

the rest of the Cowboys’ tight ends room pantomimed a game of Whac-a-Mole in the kettle during the win over the New York Giants on Nov. 24.

Schultz was fined the same amount as Prescott and Elliott — $13,261 — while Jake Ferguson was fined $4,895, Peyton Hendershot $3,944 and Sean McKeon $4,994.