Ezekiel Elliott regrets leaving Cowboys, eager to return this week.
In the team's victory over the Jets on Sunday, running back Ezekiel Elliott had his greatest performance as a Patriot,
amassing 80 yards on 16 carries. Shortly after celebrating, Elliott began to think about Week 4.On Sunday, the Patriots meet the Cowboys.
After being selected in the first round by the Cowboys, Elliott played for them for seven seasons.
Elliott, speaking to ESPN's Mike Reiss, stated, "It's going to be great." "I'm eager to return to Dallas, my hometown during the offseason,
A city with which I have a rich history. Getting back into AT&T [Stadium] will be fun.In an effort to minimize costs,
the Cowboys released Elliott in the off-season. Elliott wasn't given a shorter contract, according to executive vice president Stephen Jones,
because the team didn't want to "insult" him.Elliott was a free agent until August 16;
The Cowboys frequently stated that they were keeping the option open for a potential reunion, but it never materialized.
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