The Dallas Cowboys will open training camp later this week and it remains to be seen if Ezekiel Elliott will be present.
Elliott and his camp have still not decided whether or not the running back will hold out or show up when veterans report on Friday.
"From what I'm told, as recently as yesterday, all options are still on the table," Rapoport said on the NFL Network. "(Elliott) still has not yet firmly decided whether or not he is going to hold out. If he does not hold out, that means contract talks are going in the right direction or at least he trusts the Cowboys to get a deal done."
Elliott has two years left on his rookie contract, slated to earn $3.853 million this season and $9.099 million on the fifth-year option in 2020, guaranteed for injury only.