August 23, 2019
Cowboys to offer Elliott incentive-laden contract to make highest-paid RB
The Cowboys are reportedly prepared to offer Ezekiel Elliott a new deal that could make him the NFL's highest-paid running back ahead of Todd Gurley.
Elliott, who was "working out" in Cabo, is reported to be flying back to Dallas this weekend, Per Dallas radio station 105.3 TheFan's Kevin Turner, who was the first to report that Elliott was flying to Cabo.
The offer to the 24-year-old Elliott would surpass the four-year, $52.5-million deal that the New York Jets' handed to Bell earlier this offseason and would eclipse Gurley's $14.38 million.
That'll never happen from a guaranteed salary standpoint because the Rams were total idiots for paying Gurley that much in the first place - but expect it to be so incentive-laden that he would have to rush for 2,500, yards, win the Super Bowl, never get a parking ticket, and go to church every Sunday to surpass Gurley's deal... but itcould happen.
Expect it to be HEAVILY incentive-based
The Cowboys are considering contract extensions for several players, including Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper, and Byron Jones.
Dallas inked linebacker Jaylon Smith to a five-year, $64-million contract extension Tuesday.
Ran DeBord - All Access Sporting News
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