DeMarco Murray Gives Ezekiel Elliott Advice on Playing for the Cowboys

May 16, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A former great Dallas Cowboys running back imparted some wisdom on the team's newest hope in the backfield.   
Shortly after Ezekiel Elliott was selected No. 4 overall out of Ohio State by the Cowboys on April 28 in this year's draft, Tennessee Titans running back DeMarco Murray, who won a rushing title with the Cowboys in 2014, spoke with ESPN.com's Ed Werder on what Elliott should do upon his arrival in Dallas:
No. 82 refers to Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, a 13-year veteran and 10-time Pro Bowler who has become one of the best at his position in league history and a shining example of what a good teammate is. 
"Everything and everywhere he goes, be there by his side watching and listening," Murray told Werder. "He will show him the way on and off the field."
Witten, who was teammates with Murray for four years, commented on Murray's advice, per ESPN.com's Todd Archer:
People talk about how precious the relationships of teammates are and...

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