Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott Jumps Into Iconic Salvation Army Kettle After Touchdown

Though normally found inside the weight-lifting rooms of most NFL football teams, kettlebells sometimes make their way out of the gym and onto the sidelines.

On Sunday night in Dallas a kettle unlike any other found its way behind the end zone, and when Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott saw the iconic Salvation Army Kettle bell there after scoring a touchdown, he decided to jump on in:

Of course, the NFL leaves no good deed unpunished, and Elliott drew a flag on the play for using the kettle as a prop:

Elliott first noticed the kettle before the game, telling reporters, “In warmups I saw it sitting there right by the end zone and I was like, man somebody’s got to jump in there. So I just had to do it.”

I mean, what else would you do with a giant kettle?

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