NFL world reacts to Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys announcement

The New England Patriots will go to Dallas this weekend to face the Cowboys, and running back Ezekiel Elliott will make his return to the city

The running back is expected to be acknowledged by the team in some meaningful way after seven years as one of the organization's most notable players

And it appears that they may have something special in mind to do so. During an appearance on 105.3 The Fan this week

 Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, was asked if the team has any plans to memorialize Ezekiel Elliott upon his return to Dallas.

Jones refused to reveal any information, but he did his best to give the impression that the company is currently working on something really fascinating.

Jones is quoted as stating, "I don't want to blow a surprise, and that's a good enough answer for you," according to Pro Football Talk.

This mysterious message elicited a flood of replies across all social media platforms. In addition

Elliott had some strong words for Elliott and how vital he was to the Cowboys team throughout his tenure with them.

Jones went on to say, "I know that he was one of the best teammates that I've had the privilege of seeing on the Cowboys."

 "I know that he was one of the best teammates that I've had the privilege of seeing." "He was a source of inspiration for his team."

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