“Zeke has a first-team name with a second-team game”

In a remarkable turn of events, Ezekiel Elliott and the Dallas Cowboys have ended the NFL's most dramatic holdout controversy, just days before the season begins.  

In a remarkable turn of events, Ezekiel Elliott and the Dallas Cowboys have ended the NFL's most dramatic holdout controversy, just days before the season begins.  

This historic agreement outperforms Todd Gurley's four-year, $60 million contract, reshaping the market for top-tier players in this important position. 

Notably, Elliott's agreement outperforms Gurley's in terms of guaranteed money, with the Cowboys committing a whopping $50 million versus the Rams' $45 million guarantee to Gurley. 

Notably, Elliott's agreement outperforms Gurley's in terms of guaranteed money, with the Cowboys committing a whopping $50 million versus the Rams' $45 million guarantee to Gurley. 

However, it appears that both sides have reached an agreement, assuring that the Dallas Cowboys' top running back will be available for Week 1 against the New York Giants. 

Prior to this arrangement, fans and pundits were growing concerned that Elliott's holdout would extend into the regular season, which would be uncomfortable for both the player and the team.  

Zeke was regularly the league's leading rusher, dominating the ground game in two of his three full seasons. 

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