Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner, continues to be optimistic about a possible Ezekiel Elliot reunion.
According to Michael Gehlken from the Dallas Morning News Jones hasn’t ruled out Zeke Both sides are “evaluating” their futures.
Social media was flooded with reactions from fans who thought Ezekiel Elliot could return to Big D.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones called a potential signing of WR DeAndre Hopkins “unlikely.” Has not ruled out a return for RB Ezekiel Elliott; both Elliott and team are evaluating their respective futures, he said. pic.twitter.com/2ZiHkArUJ9
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) June 5, 2023
A user responded, “Just do it now so that I can begin the grieving process.”
Another said, “My future includes leftover Thai cuisine.”
“When Zeke resigns, nobody should freak out. It’s coming!” Tweeted CowboysFanTalk.
Elliott was released by the Cowboys in March, after seven seasons of loyal service in Dallas. The 27-year old remains a free-agent, but it would not be surprising to see him return the only NFL club he has ever known.