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Ezekiel Elliott will miss time with tweaked hamstring

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott will miss some workouts during training camp due to a hamstring injury.

Executive vice president Stephen Jones said Wednesday the No. 4 overall pick will “miss some time" with a sore right hamstring, per the team’s official website.

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported the injury is just a tweak and that Elliott’s move to the sideline is precautionary.

Elliott’s hamstring flared up Tuesday during practice and the running back was unable to finish the workout.

Jones said the team doesn’t have a timetable for Elliott’s return to the field, but the Cowboys will be very cautious with their first-round investment.

The Ohio State product is predicted to have a big role as a rookie. A dual-threat back, Elliott has the ability to carry the load on a three-down basis for a Cowboys offense that wants to get back to its ground-and-pound ways behind one of the best offensive lines in the NFL.

Source: NFL News

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