The third-year running back signed a six-year, $90 million contract extension with the Cowboys that was announced on Tuesday morning. "Now he's got a thick pocketbook too". Add the two years left on his rookie deal and his total contract amounts to eight years for $103 million, the richest contract ever for a running back. We're glad to have him here. "Zeke allows us to create such problems for the defense, and then we can open it up to our passing, open it up for (quarterback) Dak Prescott". He brings juice. We'll be in touch with our trainers.
"He was in our 7:30 meeting, here for a full Wednesday practice", Garrett said. If not, rookie Tony Pollard will take his spot. He also skipped his team's training camp and preseason games.
In breaking news this morning, Ezekiel Elliott's holdout is over.
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The Cowboys drafted Elliott with the No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 draft, and he quickly emerged as one of the NFL's best backs.
Before the new deal, Elliott was under contract through 2020 and was set to make $3.85 million in 2019 and $9.1 million in 2020.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Dallas' five-year contract extension with right tackle La'el Collins that was made official on Tuesday freed up nearly $6 million in salary-cap space. If he plays through the end of this contract, he'll make more than $100 million by 2026. But getting an agreement with Elliott settles the most important issue as the Cowboys try to get past the divisional round for the first time since winning the last of the franchise's five Super Bowls during the 1995 season.
With Elliott under contract, the Cowboys can now focus more on the contracts for Prescott and wide receiver Amari Cooper.