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Is Cowboys Reported Offer to Ezekiel Elliott the Beginning to the End of Contract Standoff?

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Is Cowboys Reported Offer to Ezekiel Elliott the Beginning to the End of Contract Standoff?

Is Cowboys Reported Offer to Ezekiel Elliott the Beginning to the End of Contract Standoff?

The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly offered running back Ezekiel Elliot a contract that would make him the second highest paid back in the NFL between Todd Gurley and Le’Veon Bell.

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