In terms of the Cowboys' reported offer to Elliott, consider that the Jets' Le'Veon Bell and Rams' Todd Gurley are now the NFL's two highest-paid running backs. All of those scenarios apply to Elliott, who is considered one of the best backs in the National Football League and is in line to sign his second contract with the Cowboys.
Elliott, who has two more years remaining on his rookie contract, has stayed away from the Cowboys since training camp.
In recent weeks, Stephen and owner Jerry Jones have ratcheted up the hyperbole around the negotiations.
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"I'll be honest with you: If I'm Zeke and I was sitting down and I saw that they signed Jaylon Smith, I'm pissed".
Faulk, a former running back who spent 12 years in the league with the Colts and Rams, and Elliott have known each other for eight years.
So the Cowboys are likely offering Elliott between $27 million and $45 million guaranteed, though it's not clear how much of that money would be fully guaranteed at signing.
Elliott has led the NFL in rushing in two of his three NFL seasons, while also leading the NFL in yards per game in all of his seasons.
If there's a bright side for Cowboys fans, it's that no one likes throwing up and perhaps this intense training can force Elliott back into the waiting arms of a team that won't make him work as hard.