Will Ezekiel Elliott play for the Cleveland Browns this season?
It seems like Cowboys ex-player Ezekiel Elliott is making a return to Ohio State. During his college days, Elliott gives a terrific performance as a college star at Ohio University. He earned second-team All-America honors in 2015.
Unfortunately, it is reported that Elliott will not be playing for the Cleveland Browns, even though one of his home teams is indeed looking to sign another running back.
It is suggested that the team plan to add another running back before the season, but not give a hint.
“I do think the Browns will add another running back before the season, but it won’t be a big-name back such as a Dalvin Cook or Ezekiel Elliott, and they won’t re-sign Kareem Hunt,” Mary Kay Cabot reports. “I think it will be a potential No. 3 back behind Nick Chubb and Jerome Ford who can serve as a solid No. 2 in the event of injury, and churn out 100 yards if both Chubb and Ford are hurt. I don’t think it will be hard to find a back to fill the role …
Cabot says a mouthful there. A “non-big-name” is preferred over Elliott? Is Jerome Ford preferred over Elliott? The third guy will be considered a potential starter for the team if need be and might still rush for 100 yards in a game – and that guy isn’t Zeke?
Ezekiel Elliott belongs to St. Louis is an all-time great Buckeyes player and was an NFL star. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2016 NFL draft.
While the Dallas Cowboys openly accept Tony Pollard’s deal. Another home team, Cincinnati Bengals said no to Ezekiel Elliott earlier this month.
However, Ezekiel Elliott fans are hoping the veteran running back chooses the right place for the upcoming 2023 season.
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