Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott Involved in Car Crash

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was a passenger in a minor car accident and is missing the first three offseason practices as a precaution.

Elliott, the 2016 NFL rushing champion as a rookie, bumped his head in the crash Sunday night, but running backs coach Gary Brown said Wednesday that Elliott doesn't have a concussion.

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott misses his second day of organized team activities Wednesday after being involved in a car crash Sunday.

Head coach Jason Garrett said Elliott would miss the third practice of the week Thursday after sitting the first two sessions with soreness and neck stiffness.

Garrett said Elliott "should be back next Tuesday."

Elliott, who made the All-Pro team after Dallas drafted him No. 4 overall last year, finished with 1,631 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns, both club rookie records.

He was also involved in a minor crash on the way to practice at The Star in Frisco Jan. 11.

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