Could one of the Eagles biggest rivals over the past few seasons, be willing to join them?

Apparently former Dallas Cowboys running back, Ezekiel Elliott has narrowed the choices of teams he would like to play for down to three per ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Philadelphia, the Jets and Bengals.

The team just added free agent Rashaad Penny, so Elliott would likely have to play a part-time role, but could give the team a between the tackles and short-yardage back.

Elliott was released by Dallas after running for just  3.8 yards per carry and 876 rushing yards, both were career lows for the former first-round pick. He also added 17 catches for 92 yards.

This wouldn't be the first time a rival running back from Dallas ended up in Philadelphia. Back in 2015, DeMarco Murray, a year after he led the league with 1,845 rushing yards came to Philly and flamed out with just 702 yards in his one season with the Eagles.

For what its worth, one current Eagles player, Lane Johnson seems to be interested in Elliott coming to Philadelphia.

Elliott was one of the most productive running backs in the NFL, but at 27 years of age, his best days are behind him.

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