A week into camp, and the Cowboys have suffered yet another injury

Rough news for America's Team.

The Dallas Cowboys defense has been ravaged by suspensions, but now it's the offense that's taking a hit.

Starting quarterback Tony Romo is still dealing with back stiffness, reserve quarterback Kellen Moore broke his ankle on Tuesday and now No. 4 overall pick Ezekiel Elliott has suffered a hamstring injury.

After Darren McFadden broke his elbow over Memorial Day weekend, it leaves former Washington Redskin Alfred Morris as the top healthy back on the depth chart.

McFadden isn't expected back until the regular season, Elliott will miss some time with the hamstring (which the Cowboys are expected to take very cautiously) and Lance Dunbar is still rehabbing his torn ACL from last season.

Elliott rushed for more than 1,800 yards in back-to-back seasons with the Ohio State Buckeyes.