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The Cowboys could have given a clear sign Ezekiel Elliott will play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers by choosing not to elevate a running back Saturday from their practice squad.
That is not what they did.
Running back Qadree Ollison and center/guard Dakoda Shepley were both elevated Saturday afternoon. In each of the team’s first eight games this season, Dallas carried exactly three running backs on its 48-man game-day roster. Ollison give the Cowboys a fourth option alongside Elliott, Tony Pollard and Malik Davis. Elliott (knee, questionable) is the only one who carries a game-status designation.
On Oct. 23, Elliott hyperextended and bruised his right knee late in the first half of a 24-6 win over the Detroit Lions.
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He returned to score two touchdowns but missed the Cowboys’ next game, a 49-29 win over the Chicago Bears, before the bye week. Ollison was elevated, too, before the Bears game and contributed on special teams.
Elliott opened practice Wednesday and Thursday by working with director of rehabilitation Britt Brown. He wore a brace over his right knee during the early segments open to reporters before taking team-drill reps inthe closed portion. On Thursday, Elliott took every rep in the 11-on-11 and 9-on-7 periods, coach Mike McCarthy said Friday.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has said that he believes Elliott will face the Packers at Lambeau Field. His most recent public comment to that effect came Friday morning in a local radio appearance.
“I do,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM]. “Everything I’ve seen — I watched him yesterday — I think he’s on go.”
Caution, however, ultimately could be taken.
Elliott dealt with albeit a very different injury to the same knee last season, and the PCL partial tear limited him for most of the season. It is possible the Cowboys choose to give Elliott a greater opportunity to get ahead of this injury and avoid it slowing him down during the season’s stretch run.
Elliott hinted Wednesday at this big-picture thinking.
“I would say there is urgency, but I think what’s important is just making sure my knee is good and ready to go,” Elliott said. “I think that’s the priority. The priority is the long run. Our plan is to play deep in the playoffs. The long game is definitely the priority. …We’re all on the same page. We all know the importance of having me down the run and just being as healthy as possible down the run.
“There is no point in going out there and make it worse for Weeks 8, 9, 10. You know what I mean? We’re worried about that second half of the season and playoffs.”
If Elliott is inactive Sunday, it will be just the third game he has missed because of injury in his NFL career. During his most recent absence, Pollard totaled 14 carries for 131 yards and three touchdowns against Chicago. He also caught a 16-yard pass.
The Packers (3-6) have lost five straight games.
Notably, Ollison’s elevation is not an automatic indicator Elliott will miss a second straight game
While rare, there is precedent for the Cowboys having four running backs in uniform at once. Since McCarthy became coach in 2020, there have been five instances. Four came last season. The most recent was in the 2021 regular-season finale when Elliott, Corey Clement, Ito Smith and JaQuan Hardy were all active against the Philadelphia Eagles’ backups.
That was also the only game in McCarthy’s tenure that four running backs and four tight ends were active simultaneously.
The Cowboys have used four tight ends in their past two games.
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