RB Ezekiel Elliott Gets Released From His Contract By The Dallas Cowboys
According to Marca Headlines, Only hours before the start of the free agency period, the Dallas Cowboys, a team from Texas, opted to release Ezekiel Elliott from his contract. Elliott’s sacking on the final play of the game against the San Francisco 49ers was only the beginning.
Even the supporters were grumbling about him regularly since he was no longer performing at a level that the team felt comfortable with.
Owner Jerry Jones confirmed the release of veteran running back Ezekiel Elliott on Wednesday afternoon.
Jones stated in a statement, “We have mutually agreed with Zeke that the best decision is for him to be able to experience free agency, and we can enhance our flexibility and possibilities as well.
“This is one of the toughest parts of operating a team.”
Elliott, 27, totaled a career-low 876 rushing yards and failed to eclipse 1,000 yards from scrimmage for the first time in 2022. He also scored 12 touchdowns as the team’s red zone option.
Ezekiel Elliot’s last play as a Cowboy😂
— John Chapman (@JL_Chapman) March 15, 2023
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