Jerry Jones provides update on injured Ezekiel Elliott

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is dealing with a knee injury and it’s been a month since he has managed to gain even 50 yards in a game.

However, Elliott is not blaming the injury for his recent struggles and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones believes Elliott will be fine to go and able to handle a full wokrload for the rest of the season.

“His trainers, the people that are the closest to his health, his medical situation, they think he’s really good to go,” Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “And, so, I don’t see after a 10-day rest here, you know, a lot of times, if you can get through games, if you can push on, then that’s better for you than sitting it out. You actually, if you have an issue, it improves if you’re able to get through and not injure it more. He certainly didn’t injure anything more last night. So, I really look forward to a powerful and dynamic Zeke as we move on into this last part of the season.”

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