Appeals Court Opens Door To Ezekiel Elliott’s 6 Game Suspension

    It went quiet for a little while, but a Federal Appeals Court just brought the noise and Cowboys’ fans are not going to be happy.

    Today the 5th Circuit Court ruled against Ezekiel Elliott and re-opened the door to his 6-game suspension originally handed down by the League.

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    5th circuit court rules against #Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott, vacating preliminary injunction & reinstating his 6-game suspension.

    But, according to NFL.com, this isn’t the end of the situation.

    “[However,] the NFLPA is expected to re-file the case with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York and seek a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction in order to keep Elliott playing, according to Gabe Feldman, director of the Tulane Sports Law Program. The Cowboys have a bye this week and there’s a chance Elliott might not miss a single game if the NFLPA refiles the case and is granted a TRO or preliminary injunction.”

    More to come on this developing situation.