Barring another unforeseen change, the Dallas Cowboys will be without star running back Ezekiel Elliott for the next six weeks as he serves a suspension for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. In the face of that suspension, the Cowboys have stood firm in the fact that they’d employ a running back-by-committee, but with a Week 9 game against the Kansas City Chiefs looming, that approach has apparently been altered. Not only will the Cowboys nix the running back-by-committee approach, they will turn to Alfred Morris for the start.
Cowboys will start Alfred Morris in place of suspended Ezekiel Elliott
Larry Brown Sports | Nov 2