Ezekiel Elliott:Two Teams Left?No Cowboys

Elliott's Contract: Still Unsigned Offseason's Destination: Shady Source Predicts.

Ezekiel Elliott leaving the Dallas Cowboys was a foregone conclusion this summer. Despite Jerry Jones' insanity, many would have bet big on Zeke's release.

Zeke was cut in March. After two months, no team has taken a risk on him. Zeke's ex-coach undervalued him. His injury history and career-low stats last season didn't help.

A league source told Sportskeeda (first red flag) that Elliott is likely to join the Cleveland Browns or Los Angeles Chargers.

"Elliott, paired with Chargers starting running back Austin Ekeler, would give the Chargers arguably one of the most lethal running back tandems in football – one that would feature elusiveness, power, and speed."

In 2023, Kellen Moore will oversee the Justin Herbert Show in LA, making a Zeke-Chargers relationship likely.

Elliott's end-zone threat and RB2 consistency may help a bad-luck team win the playoffs. Zeke's domestic abuse allegations won't harm the squad.

Elliott may join Watson's Browns. Elliott for RB2? Jerome Ford can help the Browns.