There is some positive news regarding Ezekiel Elliott’s contract holdout.According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, negotiations between the running back and the Cowboys are going well. While it’s been a slow progression, the report noted Elliott will become the highest-paid tailback in the league should things “continue on same track.” Previous reports have indicated quarterback Dak Prescott and receiver Amari Cooper might be in line to receive their extensions before Elliott gets his. Both are in the final years of their current contracts, but Prescott and Cooper reported to training camp in Oxnard, California, late last week.”It will happen when it happens,” Prescott said over the weekend of receiving his new deal, via ESPN.com. “I know I’ll be better by the time the regular season starts. That’s my focus.”Added Cooper: “I haven’t really been thinking about my contract situation because I don’t know. I don’t know why. I want to be here. I want to be out here running routes. I want to be out here catching balls from Dak because I think it’s necessary and I think it’s going to help me achieve what I want to achieve this season.” Just received another positive update on Zeke extension status. Still needs time, but IF things continue on same track, I expect Elliott to be t/ highest paid RB in the NFL across certain metrics. Jives w/ same tone I heard last Fri. Obviously though nothing is done until signed.— ig: josinaanderson (@JosinaAnderson) July 30, 2019The news comes after the Cowboys running back headed to Cabo San Lucas to train on his own as the team continued training camp in California, which was reported Monday by Dallas’ KRLD radio.While Elliott served his six-game suspension in 2017, he trained independently in Mexico to stay in shape and likely will be doing the same as negotiations with the Cowboys continue, according to the report.Elliott, 24, has two years and $12.9 million left on his rookie contract. Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said he is in discussions with Elliott’s camp, but didn’t go further.”We feel optimistic that things usually work themselves out,” Jones said. “We’ve been doing this for 30 years, so we’re not surprised. It’s a business.”According to NFL Network, the Cowboys still hadn’t heard from Elliott and his agents as of Monday morning about an offer they extended to him. However, the team reportedly isn’t alarmed because the process is expected to take time.