The proposed deals would put each of the three players in the top 5 at their positions.
According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, Elliott informed the Cowboys back in January that he won't play without a new deal and intends on sticking to that demand, even if that means a holdout that extends into the season. Elliott, on the other hand, who has two years remaining on his contract, has now shown up for camp.
Speaking Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, executive vice president Stephen Jones said he does not believe there is enough momentum to finalize deals with Prescott, Cooper or Elliott while the Cowboys are in Oxnard, California, for training camp. Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer has indicated that contract talks with Prescott and Elliott have progressed further than Dallas' negotiations with Cooper.
Ezekiel Elliott could pull a Le'Veon Bell if he doesn't get what he wants. Gurley is under contract for four years and $57.5 million.
Dakota Johnson Explains What Happened to the Gap in Her Front Teeth
The cosmetic choice took fans by surprise because Johnson previously expressed an affection for her tooth gap. Since stills from the movie show Johnson with the tooth gap, it appears this is a more recent change.
British Airways flights delayed after Gatwick Airport 'IT glitch'
Southern said the fires had been put out and lines reopened but residual delays are expected to last until about 14:30 BST. He told PA: "Most flights are now either fully booked or have shot up in price or involve stopovers.
Apple, Google pause reviewing audio recordings from voice assistants
This came after a German privacy watchdog ordered Google to cease manual reviews of audio snippets generated by Google Assistant. They said the ban will remain in place until they have done a thorough overview of the entire grading process.
Elliott, the fourth overall selection by the Cowboys in the 2016 NFL Draft, will make $3.85 million in the upcoming season, with an option in 2020 for $9.10 million.
The New Orleans Saints just made Michael Thomas the highest-paid receiver in the National Football League, giving him an average salary of $19.25 million.
Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott's push for a new contract could lead to some significant financial penalties in the short term, including the loss of part or all of his 2019 salary.