On Thursday night, the Dallas Cowboys selected former Ohio State Buckeyes running back Ezekiel Elliott with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, and it did not take long for Elliott to learn the first valuable lesson of being a professional athlete. If you are going to bang jersey chasers, you need to take their phones and stay awake until they leave, or they will snap pictures to prove that they slept with you and post them on social media. That’s what happened to Elliott, he fell asleep with a groupie sleeping next to him, and then she posted it to SnapChat. We have seen situations like this also happen to star athletes like New England Patriots star Julian Edelman and Houston Rockets star James Harden in the past, and Derek Jeter could make a lot of money running a symposium for professional athletes on how to discreetly bang groupies. Elliott will be the new running back of the Dallas Cowboys, and he deserves to cash in on the benefits that come with that, but it’s clear he still needs to learn the groupie handbook and the team should assign a veteran player to teach their new star how to navigate jersey chasers discretely.