Dallas Cowboys' Elliott eligible another week after ruling

Kristopher Nichols
October 24, 2017

The Dallas Cowboys will continue to have the benefit of the services of running back Ezekiel Elliott, for at least another week.

The NFL requested that Ezekiel's Elliott's October 30th hearing in NY for the ongoing fight over his suspension be moved up to this week.

The latest ruling keeps Elliott eligible to play this Sunday against the Washington Redskins at FedEx (NYSE:) Field under the temporary restraining order granted last Tuesday by another U.S. District judge in NY blocking the suspension.

Elliott has played in all six Cowboys games this season during the appeal process and set a career high with 219 total yards (147 rushing, 72 receiving) with three touchdowns in the Cowboys' 40-10 win over the 49ers in Week 7.

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"I put that aside when I get with these guys", Elliott said after the game when asked about his ongoing legal saga.

The NFL's six-game suspension of Elliott under its personal conduct policy remains a matter of contention in court between the league and the NFL Players Association. Elliott, who was not arrested or charged in the case, maintains his innocence after being accused of assaulting his former girlfriend in Columbus, Ohio.

With the case in court, Elliott has played six games for the Cowboys this season.

Last year, during his rookie campaign, Elliott led the league with 1,631 yards on the ground, scoring 15 touchdowns as a rusher and averaging 5.1 yards per carry.

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