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Dallas Cowboys Foolery: Dak Prescott Claims There Were ‘Fewer Than 10 People’ At His Controversial ‘Home Dinner’ With Teammate Ezekiel Elliott

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Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott came under fire for hosting a party at his home while we are all supposed to be social distancing. His teammate Ezekiel Elliott was also in the mix. Get the latest inside…


Folks have been popping off on Dallas Cowboys QB after pictures showing a gathering at his home popped up online despite the fact we’re all supposed to be social distancing in order to flatten the Coronavirus curve. A stay at home order has been in place in Texas, so essentially, he broke the rules.


It was initially reported Dak hosted a quarantine party at his home in Prosper, TX last Friday with more than 30 people in attendance. The NFL QB claims it was NOT a party, it was a “home dinner” and that there were less than 10 people at his home. Sir, that’s STILL breaking the guidelines laid out to help fight this pandemic. Having house parties with people who don't live in your house is NOT necessary.  Why would you even want to run the risk and put your livliehood in jeopardy if you got sick and possibly ended up with a problematic lung capacity forever?

Dak’s teammate/Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was also in attendance and was caught in a picture (above).

Dak said he gets “frustrated” when people provide inaccurate information from anonymous sources. Read his full statement below:

"I understand and accept that there are additional responsibilities and media scrutiny that come with being an NFL quarterback, but it is very frustrating and disappointing when people provide completely inaccurate information from anonymous sources, especially now," Dak said in a statement to ProFootballTalk. "To set the record straight -- I know that we all need to do our best to socially distance and like everyone else, I am continuing to adjust to what that requires, but the truth is that I was with fewer than 10 people for a home dinner -- not a party -- on Friday night.”

"I am very sensitive to the challenges we are all facing and making sure to support the first responders and medical personnel and everyone else putting in long hours. We are all at a time when we need to keep educating ourselves about the importance of health and isolation during this pandemic and I will continue to make sure to do my part by following the guidelines until we are approved to start returning to normal activities."


Someone called the police on Dak, but the police officer was reportedly unable to verify if there were more than 10 people at the gathering. That’s interesting.

"The officer was unable to verify the report of a 'party.' Therefore, he just reminded the resident of the current CDC guidelines -- to include social distancing," the police said in a statement.

Before Dak released this statement, Stephen Jones – team owner Jerry Jones’ son/ Cowboys executive V.P. – revealed the team spoke with Dak and Ezekiel about the party and they agreed they would do better.

"We've certainly communicated with Dak and Zeke. I think they're certainly aware now of how sensitive these situations are and I don't think you'll be seeing that anymore," Jones said Tuesday on the K&C Masterpiece on 105.3 The Fan. "They are certainly guys we have the utmost respect for. I certainly know they understand the sensitivity of the situation we're in, it's certainly very serious and something we know they understand."

Take a listen below:

It’s quite obvious Dak is either totally ignoring what’s been going on or he just doesn’t understand what social distancing actually is.

On April 2nd, Dak appeared in close proximity to his former teammate Dez Bryant and others in a post-workout flick.



ESPN's “First Take” commentator Stephen A. Smith changed his tune about Dak’s party after the QB released his statement. Check it below:


Photos: Getty/TMZ

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