Ezekiel Elliott has made the crop top his thing. At Ohio State, he would tuck in and roll up his jersey. At least, he did until the NCAA created a rule banning crop top jerseys.
"I just don't like how loose jerseys are at the bottom, so I just tuck it up and roll it," Elliott said before the 2015 National Championship Game. "I get in trouble for it every once in awhile. I'll have to come out at halftime, pull my jersey down and tuck it in."
Elliott and the Cowboys are in for a big payday thanks to Elliott's antics. The running back, selected fourth overall by Dallas in this year's draft, turned his shirt into a crop top on the red carpet in his final moments before becoming a professional.
Now, the Cowboys are going to sell Elliott crop top shirts. Cowboys merchandising limited president Bill Priakos confirmed this addition to the Cowboys store to NBC5 Dallas-Fort Worth.
According to Fanatics.com, Elliott is leading all 2016 rookies in jersey sales with No. 2 pick Carson Wentz and No. 1 pick Jared Goff next in line.
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