Dallas Cowboys And Ezekiel Elliott Moving Toward Contract Extension

The Dallas Cowboys are close to completing a contract extension with running back Ezekiel Elliott, reports Charles Robinson.

Clarence Hill Jr. echoes the Cowboys and Elliott are moving toward a deal.

It’s been one of the biggest stories of the offseason as Elliott has been a holdout over his contract, opting to train alone in Cabo. Elliott, who has two years remaining on his rookie contract, has been seeking Todd Gurley money ($15 million annually) in contract negotiations.

The Cowboys have been reluctant to meet his demands but seem to be trying to get a deal done before their Week 1 game next Sunday against the New York Giants. If Elliott is not signed, rookie Tony Pollard is projected to be the lead back in Dallas.



2 responses to “Dallas Cowboys And Ezekiel Elliott Moving Toward Contract Extension”

  1. […] Robinson, who reported the two sides were close to completing an extension over the weekend, reports negotiations hit a snag on Sunday. Dallas was reportedly frustrated over the last exchange […]

  2. […] Cowboys and Elliott were believed to be nearing a deal over the weekend until negotiations stalled on […]

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