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The Cowboys Will Reportedly Sell Ezekiel Elliott Crop Top Shirts

Ezekiel Elliott won't be allowed to wear his crop-top jersey with the Dallas Cowboys, but the former Ohio State star running back's famed look will still live on in the NFL, in a way. 

According to a report by NBC's Dallas-Fort Worth affiliate, the Cowboys are planning on selling an Elliott crop top T-shirt. 

Elliott inked his $24.9 million contract with Dallas on Wednesday. 

From the report: 

The newly signed $24.9 million back is now going to have his own Cowboys crop-top t-shirt, according to Cowboys Merchandising Limited president Bill Priakos.

He also told me Elliott’s jersey sales have been doing very well and the club is very happy for the rookie.

Expect that new Elliott crop top merchandise to hit shelves very soon.

The Cowboys open their 2016 season Sept. 11 against the New York Giants.

[NBC]