Ezekiel Elliott filmed documentary while training in Mexico during suspension
Ezekiel Elliott is set to return from his six-game suspension next week, and it sounds like we are eventually going to get an inside look at exactly what went on in his life during his time away from football.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Elliott has spent the last six weeks training at Diamante Luxury Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. During that time, the star running back has been filming a full-length documentary.
#Cowboys RB Zeke Elliott returns from Cabo today after 6 weeks of intense training (pic included). A full-length documentary on his time away has been in the works, so you can see for yourself soon … And that #Bengals coach Marvin Lewis update we promised, too. pic.twitter.com/uynGN4PGoB
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 17, 2017
According to Rapoport, Elliott is in “terrific shape” and seems to have lost a little weight. He has also been meeting with mentors in addition to personal trainers so he can address some of the aspects in his life other than just football.
The Cowboys are still in the playoff hunt, but they basically need to win out in order to have a shot. They need to survive one more game without Elliott, but it will be a tough one on the road against the Raiders. If Dak Prescott can lead the team to another win, Elliott has already given us a bold prediction for his first game back.