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Temporary Injunction Gives Ezekiel Elliott Two More Weeks Of Eligibility

Well Dallas fans, your star running back will remain on the field for at least another two weeks as the courts have given him another lifeline.

This evening we learned that Ezekiel Elliot was granted a temporary restraining order by U.S. District Judge Paul Crotty, which had been filed by Zeke’s legal team filed after the preliminary injunction was vacated by the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.

Amy Dash on Twitter

NY JUDGE GRANTS RESTRAINING ORDER – IN PLACE UNTIL AT LEAST OCTOBER 30TH , EZEKIEL ELLIOTT PLAYS NEXT TWO SUNDAYS

So Elliott will be on the field for games against the 49ers and the Redskins and then, according to CBS Radio’s Amy Dash, will have face Judge Katherine Polk Failla, who will decide whether he’ll continue playing or be benched. 

Zeke has been facing a six-game suspension for incidents involving domestic violence, but his legal team has been able to work the system to his advantage, enabling him to stay on the field so far this season. For the full story, read here.

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