Cowboys’ Elliott camping from start after COVID-19 recovery

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By SCHUYLER DIXON

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Ezekiel Elliott is back in training camp with the Dallas Cowboys after missing all of the preseason last year holding out for a new contract. The star running back had to recover from COVID-19 during the NFL’s coronavirus shutdown. Now Elliott will see what difference a full camp can make after 2019 was the first time he played a full season and didn’t lead the NFL in rushing. The two-time rushing champ took issue with one of the pollsters in a ranking of running backs. Now he waits to command respect on the field.

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