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It's officially the end of an era with the Dallas Cowboys, as it was confirmed yesterday that the team would be moving on from former 1st round draft selection Ezekiel Elliott.
And it's certainly going to be a bit of a culture shock for quarterback Dak Prescott, who has played his entire career with the popular running back that was taken from Ohio State University in 2016. As you can imagine, it's not the easiest time right now.
"I really can't imagine taking the field without him," Prescott said. "It's something that I don't know if it's completely hit me yet."
"It's tough. He's a brother, playing the game with a brother to start our NFL career and share so many memories," he continued. "We grew up as men with this organization."
"Obviously, I've talked to him. I'm hurt. I'm sure he is," Prescott said. "But it's more important for me to just support him. I know he's got more opportunities coming his way. I love that guy, I'm proud of him."
Elliott is now a free agent, while Prescott will continue his career with the Cowboys.