Hold Out Continues: Ezekiel Elliott Living Best Life in Cabo

Ezekiel Elliott Living Best Life in Cabo

Ezekiel Elliott has once again been the talk of the week since he is holding out with The Dallas Cowboys living his best life in Cabo.

What does this mean for the Dallas Cowboys and Ezekiel Elliott? As of now it appears Zeke is taking the Le’Veon Bell route. Read on…

CelebNSports247.om reports that Ezekiel Elliott has informed the team that he will not play in 2019 without a new contract, according to ESPN’s Josina Anderson.

See a “a source close to the situation” told her Josina Anderson that Ezekiel Elliott is in no hurry since the Cowboys are NOT in a hurry to propose a new contract.

That same source stated that Elliott told the franchise of his plans to not play without a new deal way back in January. This news comes directly on the heels of Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson telling Fox Sports 1 that Elliott’s agent, Rocky Arceneaux, told him it was possible he could miss some games during the 2019 season.

Anderson’s source, however, did state “it is not likely that Elliott’s holdout continues into the regular season, based on the belief that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants to get a new deal done.”

Elliott is under contract through 2020 and is set to make $3.853 million this season and $9.09 million next season.

 

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Earlier in the week it was revealed that the Dallas Cowboys are desperately trying to get their biggest offensive contributors the contract they would like so they can focus on playing for a Super Bowl for the upcoming season.

The only problem is that things have NOT gone in the Cowboys favor.

Currently, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper are in training camp, but Zeke is playing hookie hanging out living his best life in Cabo holding out to get a bigger deal.

The franchise has been trying to work things out but Zeke is still saying talk to the hand.

On Tuesday, Jane Slater of NFL Network reported that the Cowboys have made a “generous” offer to all three stars that would put them all in the top-5 paid at their respective positions

Basically, both sides can’t agree on a particular number. And if forced, the franchise is more than willing to play the upcoming season on a “prove it deal.”

Jerry Jones and Stephen Jones have both made it very clear that they will not be market setters when it comes to all three deals as they want enough money left over to make sure the rest of the team is good and can play deep into the postseason and possibly the Super Bowl, somewhere they haven’t been since 1996.

It looks like Alfred Morris will be taking Zeke’s place on the field since there has been no agreement.

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