With Ezekiel Elliott's holdout still taking place, an Eagles fan is taking trolling to the next level. There's a billboard in Philadelphia that pokes fun at the All-Pro running back.
According to ESPN insider Jeff Darlington, Elliott could return to the Cowboys in the near future. Yet that won't stop fans in Philly from taking shots at the superstar tailback.
Photos have emerged of a billboard in Philadelphia that says "Zeke who?" This is in reference to Jerry Jones and the remark he made about Elliott.
In an effort to get the Dallas-Philadelphia rivalry ramped up, someone decided to put up the billboard that mimics Jones' comments.
While the intent of the billboard is questionable, the way it's designed as a knock-knock joke is pretty clever.
Check it out:
It's highly likely that Philadelphia fans aren't fond of Elliott. After all, the former No. 4 overall pick has dominated the Eagles every chance he gets.
Dallas and Philadelphia are the favorites in the NFC East. Both teams made the postseason last year, but the Cowboys were the division champs.
Elliott's absence could greatly affect the Cowboys if his holdout lingers into the regular season. It also might produce more billboards in the City of Brotherly Love.