Ezekiel Elliott is "doing great" since leaving the Cowboys.

After being released by his only team in March, former Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is currently searching for a new contract. Elliott, who developed into one.

Of the best running backs in the league while playing for Dallas, is probably still bitter about the switch.

But Elliott, who most recently made an appearance at a Light It Up fundraiser to support research into pediatric cancer, seems to be doing just fine.

According to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News, Elliott gave reporters five words about how he was feeling but declined to discuss being released from the Cowboys or his future.

I'm doing fantastic. doing very well. Understandably, Elliott was reluctant to discuss his release from the Cowboys or his so far fruitless search for a free agent contract.However, the former Cowboys halfback at.

Least seems to be in a good mood.Tony Pollard, a fellow runner, had a breakout season, making Elliott, who was scheduled to count $16.7 million against the salary cap in 2023, unnecessary.

The Cincinnati Bengals, Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Jets were among the teams on the Pro Bowl running back's wish list, according to reports.

However, each of those teams immediately praised their running backs' locker rooms, effectively rejecting Elliott's offer of assistance.