Cowboys Reportedly Interested In Ezekiel Elliott Reunion

According to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the Cowboys and Elliott are considering a reunion. Despite the fact that no agreement has yet been reached, both parties are willing to work together.

Elliott spent the first seven years of his career with the Cowboys before signing a one-year contract with the New England Patriots in August. 

There's a chance Ezekiel Elliott will return to Dallas in 2024.He appeared in all 17 games for them, finishing with 184 carries for 642 yards and three touchdowns.

With Tony Pollard gone, it makes sense for the Cowboys to target Elliott because they lack a featured starter. Rico Dowdle is their current top running back, with Deuce Vaughn close behind.

Elliott has four 1,000-yard rushing seasons, the finest of which came in 2016. As a rookie, he carried the ball 322 times for 1,631 yards and 15 touchdowns. 

He played 51% of the offensive snaps and created an effective tandem with Rhamondre Stevenson. 

 He's also a three-time Pro Bowler with 2,065 carries, 8,904 yards, and 71 touchdowns over eight seasons.

Let's see whether the two parties can reach an agreement during the offseason. It would surely make for an intriguing storyline.

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