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Jason Garrett Says Ezekiel Elliott ‘Looked Good’ as He Returns From Suspension

Shortly after noon CT Monday, Ezekiel Elliott appeared at The Star, with his six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy concluded.

Elliott met with coach Jason Garrett for 10 or 15 minutes as well as with running backs coach Gary Brown. After Sunday’s win over the Oakland Raiders, owner and general manager Jerry Jones said he would meet with the running back on Monday, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports.

Garrett said his message to Elliott was to “get back to work” and that Elliott “looked good” and his spirits “seemed good.”

On Tuesday, Elliott and the full team will be together at The Star for the first time since the Cowboys beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Nov. 5. They will have meetings and conditioning before they have their first practice Wednesday in preparation for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.

The Cowboys removed Elliott from the reserve/suspended list and cut running back Trey Williams to make room for Elliott on the active roster.

Garrett was not ready to commit Monday to how much the Cowboys will use Elliott in their final two games.

“Just have to wait and see,” Garrett said. “Got to see how he is [Tuesday], got to see how he practices as the week goes on.”


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