Ezekiel Elliott Reveals ESPN Body Issue Cover

Doug Mendoza
June 26, 2017

Cowboys fans can't wait to see star running back Ezekiel Elliott wearing his No. 21 jersey again this fall - the hardcore fans may even have their sights set on July 25, when the Cowboys open training camp practices.

He's showing his abs and a whole lot more in ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue.

The ninth annual Body Issue will feature 23 athletes, including track and field Olympian Novlene Williams-Mills of Jamaica.

"I worked really hard with my body to get it right", Fekitoa told ESPN. Photos, personal interviews and videos of the Body athletes will debut on ESPN.com on July 5 and the magazine will hit newsstands July 7.

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The video, which was removed from his account, showed a shirtless Edelman popping out of a hot tub and saying, "ESPN's Body Issue, I'm coming for you".

Other female athletes that will be included in the issue include 2016 WNBA most valuable player Nneka Ogwumike of the Los Angeles Sparks, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki-who also posed in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue earlier this year-and Julie Ertz of the US women's soccer team.

There's a quick preview of Elliott's photo shoot online.

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