Ezekiel Elliott Appears To Be Dealing With Knee Injury

The Dallas Cowboys started off slow against the Denver Broncos Sunday afternoon. They quickly fell down 13-0.

This deficit began to look worse after it was clear that the Ezekiel Elliot started running back was a blunder.

According Calvin Watkins, of the Dallas Morning News Elliott was sitting on the bench when he had his right knee wrapped in the second quarter of Sunday’s Dallas game. Although it’s not clear when the injury occurred the Cowboys running back clearly felt enough discomfort to seek treatment in the first quarter of Sunday’s game in Dallas.

Although Elliott didn’t make it onto the track for the next drive, Watkins said that he was there watching from the sidelines, and seemed ready to go.

Pat Doney, NBC 5, later reported that Elliott had lost the wrap around his knee. He did not return to the Cowboys field for the three-and-out.

It appears that Elliott has not suffered a serious knee injury, which is good news for the Cowboys. But, it’s not clear if Elliott will be able to play the rest of the game.

Elliott was a key member of the Cowboys’ offense when he was on it. Although he ran six times for 27 yards during the first quarter, he was unable to help Dallas get to the end zone.

Elliott will now try to get back on the field with his team and help them win.

After a pair Broncos touchdowns, the Cowboys led 13-0 early in the second quarter.

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