Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott topped NFL player merchandise and product sales
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No resolution is expected this season. Sources said any potential discipline from the NFL would be for the 2017 season.
The Cowboys said Elliott suffered a hit to the head in the “minor accident” and is being evaluated. Elliott is doing conditioning work off to the side, the team said.
Garrett said the team learned of Elliott’s accident on Monday morning. He said the running back was coming back from a charity event Sunday night when the car in which he was riding was involved in the accident.
“When he came in on Monday he had some body stiffness and some neck stiffness, so we got him checked out,” Garrett said. “We felt like it was the right thing to do to keep him out. He’s done the dynamic warm-up over the last couple of days, but we kept him out of the practice portion of it.”
Elliott, who led the NFL with 1,631 yards in 2016, will not practice Thursday, but Garrett said he expects his star running back to practice when the OTAs resume next Tuesday.
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Elliott is still in the process of responding to the league’s questions, which he received within the past month, sources said.
Here’s more proof that the 2016 season was a superb one for rookies: Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott topped NFL player merchandise and product sales.
The Dallas Cowboys running back who led the league in rushing and the quarterback who was the Offensive Rookie of the Year represent the first time two rookies led the list compiled by the NFL Players Association.
So does that mean Ezekiel Elliott can jump into the Salvation Army Red Kettle in 2017 without any retribution?
To refresh the memory: after a 2-yard touchdown run, his 13th score of the season, in the second quarter of the Cowboys’ win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Elliott raced through the end zone, hopped into the kettle and hid.
“I mean it’s just sitting there right in the end zone, you know. It’s the perfect celebration,” Elliot said after the game. “They’re one of our biggest partners, so I had to show them a little bit of love.”
Elliott drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for the celebration and a brief admonition from coach Jason Garrett, but ultimately the NFL opted not to fine him.
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Fantasy football players take note: After leading the NFL in rushing as a rookie in 2016, Ezekiel Elliott will do even more in 2017, if Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has his way.
“He really is problematic for defenses in the passing game, and certainly every time we can get him the ball, I feel good about it,” Jones said. Elliott caught 32 passes for 363 yards and a touchdown as a rookie. He did most of his damage as a runner, picking up 1,631 yards and 15 touchdowns on 322 carries.
If we’re trying to figure out who produced the best crop of rookie talent after one year, though? That’s up for grabs. Ohio State sent a whopping 12 players into the cheap NFL jerseys this season, including Ezekiel Elliott and Joey Bosa, who will likely claim the Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year awards. Where do the Buckeyes rank among the most productive rookie draft classes in modern league history? Let’s try to figure it out.
NFL Players Inc., the marketing arm of the union, compiled the list, which is based on overall sales of all NFL player licensed products via online and traditional retail outlets as reported by more than 80 NFLPA licensees.
Among the product categories are men’s, women’s and youth game jerseys and T-shirts; wall decals; figurines; toys; matted and framed photos; vinyl collectibles; bobbleheads; ugly sweaters; plush dolls; drinkware; socks; mobile gaming; virtual goods; holiday ornaments and novelties. NFL Players Inc. said licensees generated retail sales exceeding $1.6 billion during the year.
“It is pretty impressive on both of their parts and the parts of their fan base,” said Steven Scebelo, vice president, licensing and business development for NFL Players Inc. “… I kind of expected when we ran the numbers, [Brady] would be No. 1. So when it was Zeke and Dak, that was just a testament to what they were able to do on the field and their fan base did off the field.”