Will Zeke Elliott finally get paid what he's really worth? He's willing to earn less to stay with Cowboys
After a season that ended with him centering the ball to Dak Prescott in one of the most absurd plays in the history of the Playoffs, Ezekiel Elliott knows his days with the Dallas Cowboys are numbered, as his performance is no longer what it was in past seasons and is costing the team several million dollars a year.
He wants to continue playing with the Cowboys
Therefore, according to The Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys running back is willing to reduce his salary in order to continue playing with the team in the 2023 season, for which he would be charging, according to his current contract, 10.9 million.
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