Darren McFadden is back with the Dallas Cowboys.
The former Arkansas standout running back is back with America’s Team after an off-field elbow fracture in the spring kept him out of the lineup.
The former 1,000-yard rusher will help provide depth under super Dallas rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, who has earned MVP consideration with his fantastic year behind a strong offensive line.
Last season, McFadden rushed for 1,089 yards, the second-best of his career, trailing only his 1,157-yard campaign with the Oakland Raiders in 2010.
In his career, the former Oakland fourth overall pick has rushed for 5,336 yards.
McFadden, 29, will also compete with Lance Dunbar and Alfred Morris for carries behind Elliott.
Dallas owner Jerry Jones also said McFadden could see time on special teams for the Cowboys (11-2), who are close to locking up the top seed in the NFC.
Dallas plays host to Tampa Bay on Sunday night.