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Ezekiel Elliott reportedly rejected yet again

Zeke really is running out of options here!

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In case you haven't heard due to living in a a ditch on the moon for the last several months, the Dallas Cowboys made the decision earlier this year to cut ties with former 1st round draft pick Ezekiel Elliott. The former 2016 Round 1 Draft selection out of Ohio State is now officially looking for a job elsewhere, and has been ever since it was announced. 

And while you'd think that Elliott would have no trouble finding a new team, there's the uncomfortable fact that he's been dealing with several injuries combined with his having posted career low numbers last season. 

His reported "wish list" of teams went unfulfilled, and he continues his search for another team. And while it was thought that there was a chance of him returning to the state of Ohio where he played collegiately at Ohio State University, it looks as though that dream is no longer possible.

According to The Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cleveland Browns intend on adding another running back, but won't be looking in Elliott's direction.

"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." 

Is Elliott going to be able to find another NFL team to play for before training camp begins next month?