SHOW TIME with Ari Temkin on Zeke Elliott’s plan and how that could dramatically impact the Dallas Cowboys offseason plan.


Zeke Elliott is still under contract with the Dallas Cowboys for the next two seasons. The Cowboys could also decide to franchise tag him the following year. They are clearly in no hurry to sign him to an extension, especially when he’s already one of the highest paid running backs based on his rookie deal alone. However, Zeke Elliott could create leverage in his favor by deciding to holdout this offseason, which has been rumored.

If Zeke holds out, the Cowboys could be forced to reach some sort of agreement because of the importance he holds to the success of the Cowboys in the immediate future.

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