Salvation Army Shreds ESPN Reporter Following Cowboys Touchdown Celebration

David Hookstead | Contributor

The Salvation Army roasted ESPN reporter Darren Rovell following a touchdown celebration from Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott.

Elliott jumped into a massive Salvation Army prop bucket near the back of the end zone Sunday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after he rushed in for a touchdown. (SLIDESHOW: This Supermodel Might Be The Sexiest NFL Girlfriend)


The Salvation Army celebrated his play by tweeting, “Zeke made an important contribution for the @dallascowboys tonight. Can you contribute to the millions in need?” (SLIDESHOW: Celebrate College Basketball With These Sexy Cheerleaders)

Rovell apparently wasn’t too pleased, and responded, “Not subtle. Salvation Army using Elliott now to ask for your money.” (SLIDESHOW: 13 Times Lindsey Vonn Proved She’s One Of The Hottest Women Alive)

Then the Salvation Army absolutely put Rovell on blast with the response, “Our goal is to serve 58 million meals in the U.S. this year. No time to be subtle.” (SLIDESHOW: 12 Times Russell Wilson’s Wife Ciara Was Absolutely Stunning)

However, there were a couple big names in sports media that happily supported the cause, including Colin Cowherd and Stephen A. Smith.

It was also revealed on Monday morning that Elliott would not be fined for his celebration.

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