Ezekiel Elliott's return to the training camp is "late" and can be fined, as not reported, under the CBA's guidelines, said Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
Jones did not use the word "holdout" to describe Elliott's status. "He's ah … he's late, we reported officially so he's not officially registered," Jones said. Her first practice in Oxnard, California is Saturday.
Elliott is looking for a new contract. He still has two years left for his existing rookie deal.
The rumors that Elliott would leave the camp in hopes of a long-term contract extension would keep most of the volunteer off season program or compulsory minicamp in June. Under his current contract, Elliott is expected to earn $ 3.85 million in 201