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  • Justin Melo

  • March 15, 2023
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The Dallas Cowboys are planning to release running back Ezekiel Elliott, according to multiple reports. The Cowboys will designate Elliott as a post-June-1 release, which saves them $10.9 million against the cap once June rolls around.  It officially marks the end of an era. 

The No. 4 overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft, Elliott enjoyed an illustrious seven-year stint with the Cowboys. Elliott accounted for more than 10,000 total yards of offense, made three Pro Bowls, and won two rushing titles. The writing was on the wall for Elliott when the Cowboys franchise tagged Tony Pollard.

Ezekiel Elliott now reaches unrestricted free agency. He isn’t expected to return to the Cowboys via a reworked contract. We’ve identified three potential landing spots for his ball-carrying services.


The Chargers are at an impasse with superstar running back Austin Ekeler. Ekeler has received permission to seek a trade following a long-lasting contract dispute. The Chargers are unwilling to sign Ekeler to a multi-year extension. His potential departure creates a hole at the position for a team that expects to contend for a Super Bowl in 2023. Elliott could be available for a shorter term and less money than Ekeler is asking for.

Furthermore, new Chargers offensive coordinator Kellen Moore spent the previous five campaigns (2018-22) coaching Elliott in Dallas. Moore is awfully familiar with Elliott’s game-changing abilities. Moore showcased a willingness to heavily involve Elliott in his offensive game plans despite fans clamoring for more Pollard. Moore would likely welcome an opportunity to work with Elliott again.


The Falcons have added several defensive difference-makers throughout the early portion of free agency to appease new defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen. General manager Terry Fontenot is still equipped with approximately $40.8 million in cap space, per Spotrac. Atlanta’s spending spree is far from over.

The Falcons managed to re-sign right tackle Kaleb McGary. Head coach Arthur Smith will continue to place emphasis on Atlanta’s ability to run the football effectively via his zone-based scheme. Rookie ball-carrier Tyler Allgeier enjoyed a fruitful debut campaign, but there’s improvement to be had. The Falcons could add a veteran back like Elliott to continue supporting a young offensive nucleus that currently contains Desmond Ridder under center.


The Bears saw starting running back David Montgomery sign a three-year contract with their NFC North rival Detroit Lions on Tuesday. The Bears now boast Khalil Herbert, Trestan Ebner, and Travis Homer at the position. General manager Ryan Poles still possesses a league-leading $45.1 million in cap space as of Wednesday afternoon. Poles must add talent to his backfield. Elliott could replace Montgomery.

Poles is spending the offseason building an upgraded supporting cast around franchise quarterback Justin Fields. Poles has added D.J. Moore and Nate Davis as new offensive starters thus far. Fields could be better supported by a reliable ball-carrier in the backfield. The Bears are expected to take a sizable step forward and contend for a playoff spot in 2023. Adding Elliott could help them achieve that goal.

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