LOS ANGELES -- Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones expressed support for running back Ezekiel Elliott, who was suspended six games Friday, but also said the team believes in replacements Darren McFadden, Alfred Morris and Rod Smith. Speaking on the pregame show before the Cowboys played the Los Angeles Rams on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, Jones offered up the organization's first statement since Elliott's suspension was announced. "Obviously we knew that this was something that could happen," Jones said. "We knew that the investigation was ongoing and whenever you prepare a football team you prepare for injury. You prepare for things that are unexpected. And certainly we have done that and are comfortable with who we are on this football team. If we have to play with other running backs, we like the running backs on this team. But at the end of the day we certainly support Zeke. At the same time we understand...



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