Ezekiel Elliott on way out from Cowboys

Ezekiel Elliott, a running back for the Dallas Cowboys, is being let go by the team.

The release date for Elliott will be determined to be after June 1st.

Last year was the first in his career in which he did not amass 1,000 scrimmage yards, and he will be 28 in July.

If Tony Pollard recovers fully from the leg injury he suffered in the playoffs, he will serve as the Cowboys' primary back next season.

Dallas only has Malik Davis at running back, so they will likely want to add in the draught or free agency.

In 2022, Ezekiel averaged a career-low 3.8 yards per run, and only five of his 231 carries went for 20 or more yards.

Among the 67 runners from previous season who had 50 or more carries.

Elliott netted the 35th-most expected points per carry among rushers (0.03).