Cowboys' Ex-DeMarco Murray: A Warning Before Signing Ezekiel Elliott?

Could Ezekiel Elliott soon discover that moving on can be more difficult than it seems? 

Elliott and the Dallas Cowboys split ways after they were unable to agree on a restructured deal. 

After providing excellent service to the Dallas Cowboys organization for seven years, Ezekiel Elliott moved on. 

As a cap casualty, he is currently looking for work.  

There has been conjecture that the running back may receive a chance to play for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cowboys' NFC East opponents. (Yes, Adam Schefter's carelessness here lowers the quality of his "report" to that of a "rumor.")  

Is DeMarco Murray, perhaps, a warning about what happens when one chases after better pastures? 

And is Elliott going to suffer a similar fate whether it's Philly green or some other city and color?

Murray, the reigning NFL rushing champion, was limited to just two yards on 13 attempts in his debut game against Dallas in 2015.  

Before being sent to Tennessee for the following game, Murray ran for 83 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries. He then quickly retired.  

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