Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants Ezekiel Elliott to ‘focus’ on offense

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants Ezekiel Elliott to ‘focus’ on offense

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Another day, another training camp for the entire league.

Some big questions have been answered this week, especially for Seattle Seahawks wideout DK Metcalf, who signed a three-year, $72 million deal Thursday. A few major offers remain on the table, though, including San Francisco 49ers receiver Debo Samuels, Cincinnati Bengals safety Jesse Bats and Los Angeles Chargers safety Derwin James.

Another safety, the Bills’ Micah Hyde, avoided a major injury this week after suffering a hip/glute strain and left Thursday’s practice early. According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, Hyde is considered day-to-day.

Meanwhile, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants Ezekiel Elliott to be a “focus” on offense, but he said “there’s room for this.” [Tony] Pollard while Zeke is in there.” Whatever it means.

Stay tuned for live updates over the weekend as training camps unfold.

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