Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott is continuing to uplift his community with generous acts.
On Sunday morning, Elliott posted a video of him surprising the Dallas South Oak Cliff football team with new football gear. In addition to giving them football gear, he also handed out more than 200 sneakers and other apparel to the high schoolers. Some of the apparel were from brands like Jordan and Nike.
Elliott, who is entering his fifth season with the Cowboys, has done an excellent job helping out his community throughout his career. Earlier this month, Elliott donated $85,000 to the North Texas Food Bank to help 400,000 families in need. However, that wasn’t the only time he has donated to his community. He has done so numerous times throughout his NFL career.
Nevertheless, besides his off-the-field generous acts, Elliott has also been very much dominant on-the-field. This past season, Elliott tallied 1,777 total yards from scrimmage and 14 touchdowns in 16 games. Even though the Cowboys missed the playoffs, Elliott still proved that he is one of the best running backs in the league.
Furthermore, despite being just 25 years old, Elliott has also earned a number of accolades throughout his career with the Cowboys. Elliott has won two rushing titles, been to three Pro Bowls, and is also one of only three running backs in NFL history to have at least 7,000 scrimmage yards and 40 rushing touchdowns.
The Cowboys will begin training camp on Tuesday, and their first regular-season game is scheduled to be on September 13 against the Los Angeles Rams.
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