until Elliott suffered a partially torn PCL in Week 4, triggering what eventually became a frustrating decline over the remaining three months of the schedule.
Elliott remaining on the field through the injury, but he didn’t resemble anything close to his best level of play.
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the result has been a training camp where it’s fair to question whether 2022 is the beginning of the end of his time in Dallas, a point he doesn’t seem to be pondering in spite of the questions orbiting around him.
“I think it’s a big season, but you can’t look too far down the road,” Elliott said of his future. “I think if I focus on every day, if I focus on having a good day of camp, if I focus on taking it week by week
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I think if I handle my business every day then I’ll be in a pretty good situation at the end of the season.”