Elliott suspension back on after injunction denied

Elliott suspension back on after injunction denied

A federal appeals court in New York City has denied Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott's bid to keep a six-game suspension over alleged domestic violence on hold. Instead, he'll miss Sunday's game. However, because the appeal process has continued to take turn after turn, Elliott has been able to play in each of the Cowboys eight regular-season games thus far into the 2017-18 regular season.

Elliott will now miss games against the Falcons, Eagles, Chargers, Redskins, Giants, and Raiders.

Although Elliott faced no criminal charges from the case, the NFL probe found him to have been in breach of the league's personal conduct policy.

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The road appears to have come to an end for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.

Elliott and the NFLPA challenged the decision-making process in court, arguing the NFL's investigation was fundamentally unfair to Elliott. The U.S Second Circuit Court of Appeals granted Elliott a stay that allowed him to suit up for Sunday's win over the Chiefs but three judges made the decision Thursday to block his request for an injunction. The suspension came after the National Football League investigated his alleged use of force in the summer of 2016 against his girlfriend.