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The New England Patriots have signed Running back Ezekiel Elliott

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The New England Patriots have signed Running back Ezekiel Elliott

Written by Karver Jordan 

The New England Patriots have signed free agent running back Ezekiel Elliott. New England was in need of a backup running back behind Rhamondre Stevenson. Let’s take a look back at the 2022-23 season for the three-time pro bowl running back.

In the 2022-23 season, Ezekiel Elliott would appear in 15 games and only record a 3.6 yard average per carry. Many could say this was a down year for the back however, the situation he put in wasn’t the greatest. The RB would finish his season with 231 rushing attempts for 876 yards and 12 touchdowns. The RB will see less carries this year with the Patriots on the other hand, Elliott will see a greater amount in Pass-Pro. Overall a great addition to New England. 

Karver’s final thoughts: New England finally finished a deal with the All-Pro running back in Ezekiel Elliott. The former Dallas Cowboy should see a good amount of carries this season with the Patriots. New England would give Elliott a deal with a great amount of incentives, multiple people in the New England fan base are cheering for the veteran back. All in all, the Patriots have a plan this season; Expect big numbers from the RB Duo in Rhamondre Stevenson/Ezekiel Elliott.

Going back to his old ways:

Ezekiel Elliott will be wearing number 15 this season, His old college number at the Ohio State University. Big year for 15 this season. 

More about the writer:

My name is Karver Jordan, I’m a high schooler who is writing in New England. I enjoy sharing my sports knowledge with everyone. My goal is to help get the fans to get a better understanding of Teams, Players, and more. If you enjoyed this piece of writing check me out on Instagram and Twitter! 



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