ESPN is reporting Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is reimbursing the NFL more than two million dollars in legal fees after an appeal hearing with commissioner Roger Goodell Monday. The league says the matter is resolved. The NFL sought reimbursement for legal fees because Jones attempted to block Goodell’s contract extension and because he appealed Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott’s six game suspension. Since 1997 the NFL has had a rule in place that gives the commissioner the power to seek legal fees from teams who take them to court. The NFL has not given details on the settlement.