Dallas Cowboys News Ezekiel Elliott, Know Everything About Him

Who is Ezekiel Elliott?

Ezekiel Elijah Elliott known as Zeke Elliott, born on July 22, 1995, is a former American football running back and currently a free agent. He attended Ohio State University where he received recognition as a second-team All-American in 2015. In the 2016 NFL Draft, he was picked by the Dallas Cowboys as the fourth overall selection. During his seven-year tenure with the Cowboys, he was twice selected as an All-Pro and three times as a Pro Bowler. He also led the league in rushing yards twice, first in 2016 and then again in 2018.

Dallas Cowboys News Ezekiel Elliott 

Skip Bayless, a Fox Sports personality and avid Dallas Cowboys fan, recently criticized former Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott on his podcast, expressing his lack of emotional attachment to him. Bayless went on to suggest that Elliott’s rookie year was his only standout season, and that he was essentially a one-year wonder. Despite his success with the team, the Cowboys ultimately released Elliott due to salary cap concerns and the emergence of Tony Pollard as a viable option at running back. Elliott signed a lucrative six-year, $90 million contract extension before the 2019 NFL season, but has struggled to live up to expectations in recent years. Nonetheless, he remains a three-time Pro Bowler and has led the league in rushing twice, with his most recent 1,000-yard season occurring in 2021. Despite missing only four games from 2018 to 2022, Pollard outperformed Elliott last season by rushing for 1,007 yards compared to Elliott’s 876.

What Happened to Ezekiel Elliott?

According to recent NFL Media reports, the Dallas Cowboys will be parting ways with Ezekiel Elliott, who still has four years left on his six-year, $90 million contract extension that he signed in 2019. Last season, Elliott’s performance as a starting running back was subpar, as he ranked last in the NFL for yards per carry (3.8), tackles avoided (32), and percentage of runs that went for 10 or more yards (7.4%). The move to release Elliott will reportedly be processed as a post-June 1 cut, giving the Cowboys $10.9 million in cap relief while incurring $5.82 million in dead money on this year’s cap. Although he had $64.76 million remaining on his contract, none of his salary was guaranteed. Despite his underwhelming final season, Elliott was a notable player in Cowboys history, ranking third on the team’s all-time list for rushing yards with 8,262. He achieved four 1,000-yard rushing seasons, four double-digit rushing touchdown seasons, and earned three Pro Bowl selections in his seven seasons with the Cowboys. 

Ezekiel Elliott Statistics

Ohio State Buckeyes





GP GS Att Yds Avg TD Rec Yds Avg TD
2013 7 0 30 262 8.7 2 3 23 7.7 1
2014 15 15 273 1,878 6.9 18 28 220 7.9 0
2015 13 13 289 1,821 6.3 23 27 206 7.6 0
Total 35 28 595 3,961 6.7 43 58 449 7.7 1

What is the Elliott Net Worth?

Ezekiel Elliott, a professional American football player, boasts a net worth of approximately $25 million. In September 2019, he secured a record-breaking contract extension with the Dallas Cowboys worth $90 million, making him the highest-paid running back in the history of the NFL. In addition to his football career, Elliott has signed lucrative endorsement deals with major companies like Nike and Pepsi, which have significantly contributed to his overall net worth. As of March 2023, his estimated net worth remains around $25 million USD.

Ezekiel Elliott Biography

Real Name Ezekiel Elijah Elliott
Nick Name Ezekiel Elliott
Gender Male
Profession Professional American Footballer
Nationality American
Birth Place Alton, Illinois
Birth Day July 22, 1995 
Age 27 years old
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 226 lb (103 kg)
Net Worth $25 million

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