Second-year Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot’s request for a preliminary injunction on his looming six-game suspension over domestic abuse allegations handed down by the NFL has been denied by U.S. District Court Judge Katherine P. Failla. Elliot’s suspension will start immediately.
BREAKING: Ezekiel Elliott’s 6-game suspension has been reinstated.
The RB has 24 hours to consider appeal options.
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) October 31, 2017
If Zeke is unable to win his appeal, which he has 24 hours to do so, the Cowboys will miss him in games against the Kansas City Chiefs (Nov. 5), Atlanta Falcons (Nov. 12), Philadelphia Eagles (Nov. 19), San Diego Chargers (Nov. 23), Washington (Nov. 30), and the New York Giants (Dec. 10).
— Ron Murray Jr. (@RonMurrayJr) October 31, 2017
At 4-3, the Cowboys can expect to have Elliot back by December 17, when they travel to face the Oakland Raiders.
— NFL (@NFL) October 29, 2017
How many games can The ‘Boys win without Zeke?