Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott Believes He Is On Track to Play Against Eagles
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott believes that he is currently on track to play against the Philadelphia Eagles this upcoming Sunday.
“I feel better today than I have in the last three weeks on a Wednesday,” Elliott said, according to ESPN’s Todd Archer. “I’m feeling way better than I did last week. Obviously with the rest this weekend it’s going to be feeling better,” he said. “I actually got out here at practice, ran around some in team drills. It’s definitely making the right steps to be ready for Sunday … Definitely feels better with the rest and looking good for this weekend.”
Elliott was replaced by Tony Pollard during the Cowboys victory over the San Francisco 49ers, and led the Cowboys with 69 yards rushing and a pair of scores to go along with six receptions for 63 yards.