“I didn’t think it was funny, and neither did Zeke — we actually thought it was disrespectful,” agent Rocky Arceneaux told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.It seems all is forgiven after Jones made the 24-year-old the highest-paid running back in the NFL. The Cowboys will sell the shirts with all proceeds going to the Salvation Army.Available online by the end of the day today and in the Pro Shops next week.Proceeds from the sales of the shirts will go to The Salvation Army #business pic.twitter.com/xbdDFjoPLz— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) September 5, 2019 Zeke who? pic.twitter.com/FsBIQcOVqR— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) September 5, 2019MORE: What Ezekiel Elliott’s contract means for future of NFL’s highest-paid RBsJones said “Zeke who?'” to the media after rookie Tony Pollard’s strong preseason performance against the Rams. Jerry Jones’ words that once hurt Ezekiel Elliott’s feelings are now on a shirt — and everyone is having a big laugh about it.The Dallas Cowboys owner gifted the running back the shirt as a peace offering following Thursday’s press conference for Elliott’s new six-year, $90 million contract extension.