Ezekiel Elliott has found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time on more than one occasion since he was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 2016, but the team is not planning to monitor him more closely this offseason than other players. Or so they say. On Tuesday, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones complimented Elliott for the way the 22-year-old has handled himself since his suspension. Jones also said the team will not take extra measures to make sure the running back stays out of trouble. “You can only do so much” he said, per Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. “These are grown men. I have a lot of confidence that Zeke has learned a lot. Hopefully he has.
Cowboys not planning to babysit Elliott this offseason
Larry Brown Sports | Feb 28