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Ezekiel Elliott spotted at Cowboys' practice alongside Dak Prescott: Is he staying in Dallas?

When the Dallas Cowboys announced they were parting ways with wide receiver Ezekiel Elliott, he started looking for a new franchise immediately. The problem is that Elliott is not the young WR he once was and not every NFL team wants him. In recent days, it was also reported that Elliott had a hard time finding a new place to continue his career. On Friday morning, Zeke was spotted back in practice with Dak Prescott at the QB's personal turf field. Other Cowboys such as Jake Ferguson and Simi Fehoko were part of the drills as well. It isn't clear whether Zeke just decided to stay in shape with his former teammates or something more interesting is happening here.

Could Ezekiel Elliott remain in the Dallas Cowboys?.

To be clear, the Dallas Cowboys were the ones who decided to cut the veteran wide receiver. His final play of the season might have influenced the Cowboys lieadership's decision to part ways with him. They didn't even approach him to discuss a possible wage cut, they simply let him know his services were no longer required. Although it's definitely possible for Zeke and the Cowboys to sit back down at the negotiating table, this urgency to get rid of him is not encouraging at all for Elliott. Zeke training back with his core offensive team definitely sends a message to the Cowboys' leadership, even if this session had no meaning behind it.

Dak Prescott has repeatedly praised Elliott and keeps a close relationship with him. It's not crazy to think the QB may have something to do with this revelation. Elliott has an illustrious career as a Dallas Cowboys, he is belived by the fans and his teammates. Even he would understand if the team approached him with a pay cut offer. Father time catches up even with the greatest athletes in sports history. If they do decide Elliott can remain, it's obvious that a new deal will need to happen. Just a few days ago, Elliott felt confident about training for the Philadelphia Eagles, the New York Jets, and even the Cincinatti Bengals. But at the end, none of those possibilities materialized for him. Where would you like Ezekiel Elliott to play next season?

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