Former Dallas Cowboys Coach Says Ezekiel Elliott Will Have To Accept A Shorter Contract

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When Ezekiel Elliott signed his six-year, $90 million contract in 2019 The former Dallas Cowboys running back became the highest paid player in the NFL at his position.

when cowboys bite Elliott's first off-season raised questions about where he would go next.

After the 2023 NFL Draft, There isn't much clarity on where Elliott's next will be. However, his former running backs coach Skip Peet said that Elliott should not expect a huge payoff.

Peete coached Elliott for seasons while on the Cowboys staff from 2020–2022.

Cowboy parted ways with Pete, along with five other coaches, after losing to the San Francisco 49ers in the 2023 NFC Divisional Playoffs. Peete later signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the off-season.

Speaking with Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Peet said Elliott should expect a much shorter contract than he has been accustomed to and questioned who would accompany Elliott.

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