Ezekiel Elliott and Cowboys discussed return Wednesday. 

There could be plans for a reunion in Dallas.  

The Dallas Cowboys and running back Ezekiel Elliott met on Wednesday to discuss Elliott's possible return. 

According to reports from NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero. The parties are in talks, but no agreement has been reached.  

Elliott has just finished a season with the New England Patriots, having played for the Cowboys for seven years, winning three Pro Bowls, and winning two rushing titles.  

Elliott, 28, was cut by the 'Boys during the previous offseason and signed with the Patriots in August. In 2023, Elliott led the team in rushing yards with 642. 

Though he's not quite the same bulldozing chain-mover he once was, Elliott, who averaged 3.5 yards per carry, ran for three touchdowns, and had 51 receptions for an additional 313 yards, makes it an intriguing prospect.  

Elliott, who is still useful in pass protection and goal line work, might join Rico Dowdle, Deuce Vaughn, and Royce Freeman in a backfield that is currently quite empty.  

Elliott was selected by the Cowboys as the fourth overall choice in the 2016 NFL Draft.  

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