Ezekiel Elliott’s Six-Game Suspension has Been Reinstated
5th circuit court of appeals rules against #Cowboys RB Zeke Elliott & for the NFL. Elliott’s suspension is reinstated, per @RMFifthCircuit
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 12, 2017
Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension has been reinstated, again. In an ongoing battle with the league, Zeke will now have to serve a six-game suspension effective immediately for a recent domestic violence investigation involving the Cowboys’ running back.
Elliot can continue to pursue legal action, and according to his layer, that’s exactly what he will be doing. According to ESPN his most likely destination for further legal action would be in New York. He has the option to refile in Dallas as well, but as of right now he is not be eligible to play until November 30th.
I wish this whole thing would just end already. One side has to give up eventually, and I’m really hoping it’s Zeke. We saw how relentless the NFL was with deflate gate, I can only imagine how far they are willing to take this. He just needs to roll over and take a suspension like Brady did, because if he keeps it up there really won’t be any end in sight.
Written By: Nick Cherico (@NickCherico2)