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Report: Cowboys Offer Ezekiel Elliott a Contract to Make him the NFL’s Second Highest-Paid RB

Negotiations are picking up in Dallas. According to ’s Ed Werder, the Dallas have offered All-Pro Ezekiel Elliott a new contract that would make him the second-highest-paid running back in the NFL.

This would put Elliott just below Todd Gurley’s four-year 60 million dollar deal and just ahead of Le’Veon Bell’s four-year 52.5 million dollar deal. He’s currently set to make 3.9 million in 2019 under his current contract. Deadlines make deals and it appears the Cowboys understand this. More to come.

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