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Former Cowboys coach has bad news for Ezekiel Elliott

Is this what it would take?

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The Dallas Cowboys decided to part ways with 2016 1st round draft pick Ezekiel Elliott earlier this offseason after the popular running back posted career low numbers in 2022 of only 876 yards and 12 total touchdowns. Meanwhile, the move was made easier after Tony Pollard emerged as the team's top player at the position with 1,007 yards total, nine touchdowns and a Pro Bowl recognition.

And he's still yet to find a new club, leading to speculation that he may have to wait and accept a small deal from an non-contending team if he wants to continue his NFL career. According to his former running back coach Skip Peete, that's what it's going to take for him to get back onto an NFL roster.

Peete coached Elliott for three seasons with the Cowboys before he was let go along with several other now-former members of the coaching staff. He's since re-emerged with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

However, Elliott remains unsigned. Where do you envision him playing in 2023? 

Source: Twitter