"My opinion is there's not even an issue over he said, she said," Jones continued. "There's not even an issue there."
Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reported Friday that the league's year-long investigation is "nearing completion," although there are currently no indications whether there will be some form of discipline.
ESPN's Adam Schefter recently reported that Elliott is "bracing" for a one- or two-game suspension.
Though the Columbus Police Department didn't charge the 22-year-old for any incident, the league has the ability to punish players regardless of legal ramifications, due to the player conduct policy.
His accuser also spoke out Saturday about her "toxic relationship" with the running back, per TMZ.
Although Jones is confident his star player is innocent, the NFL continues to do its due diligence before reaching a conclusion.