Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson says Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott could be a Hall of Fame player but needs to put in the work. Elliott, who rushed for 983 yards in 2017, is entering his third season in the NFL.
Besides Dak Prescott wanting to be the best quarterback in Cowboys history and a distraction-free Ezekiel Elliott primed for a big season, here are five other things we have learned about the Cowboys this week.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott heads into the 2018 season without the distractions and courtroom drama of last season's legal fight with the NFL over his six-game suspension. He said he plans on having a good year.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott feels no pressure to perform well in 2018 to earn a big contract extension. He knows the money is coming if he plays well. He focus is on being the best quarterback the Cowboys have ever had.
Former Texans running back Arian Foster criticized the team's owner, Robert McNair, in an interview with USA Today. McNair referred to NFL players as 'inmates' when discussing the national anthem protests.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory, who has been suspended since of the December 2016, is expected to officially file for reinstatement with the NFL on Thursday, a source confirmed. Gregory is hoping to return for the 2018 season.
Several former Dallas Cowboys and Ohio State are getting together for an event, Brotherhood 4 Good, on Thursday in Frisco to raise money for the charitable foundations for former teammates Ron Springs and Terry Glenn.