After playing it somewhat cautious with Ezekiel Elliott in Weeks 1 and 2, the Dallas Cowboys are set to remove all rep restrictions in Week 3 against the Miami Dolphins.
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The Dallas Cowboys limited Ezekiel Elliott’s reps in their season-opening win over the New York Giants, but the running back indicated this week he’s ready to go full throttle in Week
It was a long time coming, but at long last Ezekiel Elliott joined his Dallas Cowboys teammates on the practice field on Wednesday for the first time in a long time.
The Dallas Cowboys and Ezekiel Elliott finally came to terms on a huge extension following a long and often contentious negotiation that occurred amid the running back’s protracted holdout.
Among the players receiving an award was Ezekiel Elliott, who was named the Cowboys’ offensive MVP for the 2018 season.
Marshall Faulk revealed last week that he’s training with Ezekiel Elliott during the Dallas Cowboys running back’s holdout, and the Hall of Famer has since provided an update on how things are going.
Ezekiel Elliott remains a holdout amid a contract dispute with the Dallas Cowboys, but his recent activity on social media certainly provides insight into his thought process on how things could get r
Marshall Faulk has become a major player in the ongoing contract drama plaguing the Dallas Cowboys on two fronts, and the harsh shot he took at Dak Prescott is likely to generate the most noise.
Jerry Jones delivered the one-liner of the NFL preseason recently when he jokingly trolled holdout running back Ezekiel Elliott by saying “Zeke Who?” while reacting to Tony Pollard playing well last S
Ezekiel Elliott’s holdout amid a contract dispute with the Dallas Cowboys seemingly has no end in sight, a notion reinforced by the news that the running back has returned to Cabo San Lucas.
The eminently quotable Jerry Jones is known to turn a colorful phrase from time to time, but the grisly way he explained his perspective on the contract extension issues facing the Dallas Cowboys cert
Much is being made this week of the exorbitant contract demands purportedly set forth by Dak Prescott.
The big news in the NFL on Monday surrounded a report that Dak Prescott rejected a contract offer from the Dallas Cowboys that would have paid him $30 million per season.
The holdout by Ezekiel Elliott over a contract dispute has no end in sight, and something Stephen Jones said Wednesday makes it sound like communication may be part of the issue.