Most of these inquiries are related to Elliott, who has been under investigation by the National Football League for over a year now over a domestic violence allegation.
Jones clearly does not believe Elliott should be suspended, because he said that he sees no evidence of domestic violence in Elliott's situation.
In a statement made to TMZ, the woman who accused Ezekiel Elliott of domestic violence a year ago called her relationship with Elliott "very toxic".
Elliott and the NFL Players Association recently responded to the league's findings from its investigation, according to NFL.com.
Elliott's accuser issued a statement Saturday in a social media post without mentioning his name. "Loving someone as much as I did, putting my all in no matter what happened".
The Dallas Cowboys running back was accused of abusing his ex-girlfriend - who he says he had a "sexual relationship with" but wasn't dating - five times between July 17, 2016, and July 22, 2016. There's plenty of opportunities out there for you. Elliott has long maintained his innocence all along.
In July 2016, Elliott was questioned by authorities and he was cleared of any legal wrongdoing after the Columbus city prosecutor's office determined there wasn't enough substance to pursue charges after a lengthy investigation. "Speak up and stop domestic violence".
At a time when Ezekiel Elliott is reportedly bracing for a suspension, his boss may be bracing for a fight.