Ezekiel Elliott has definitely drawn his line in the sand.
Monday marks the third day of training camp for the Dallas Cowboys and to date there is no Ezekiel Elliott in attendance and it does not look like he’ll be showing up anytime soon.
Per a new report from 105.3 The Fan, the Dallas Cowboys running back might be out of camp for some time, because he is headed to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico.
Mexico is very familiar with Elliott as he spent part of his suspension there two years ago.
“We expect everybody that’s under contract to be here at camp,” Jerry Jones said last week.
Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said that he is in discussions with Elliott’s agent on a new contract.
“We feel optimistic that things usually work themselves out,” Stephen Jones said. “We’ve been doing this for 30 years, so we’re not surprised. It’s a business.”
The 24-year-old has two years remaining on his rookie deal, which will pay him over $3 million this year.