Ezekiel Elliott has had an eventful offseason. There was that time he exposed a woman’s breast at a St. Patrick’s Day parade (NSFW). He was allegedly involved in an altercation at a Dallas area bar. The most recent update on his tumultuous offseason involves a suspension — ESPN’s Adam Schefter and others are reporting that Elliott has been suspended six games as the result of an investigation into domestic violence allegations that surfaced a year ago.
Cowboys' RB Ezekiel Elliott is being suspended 6 games, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 11, 2017
Elliott is expected to appeal the suspension. He has been suspended for a violation of the personal conduct policy.
In a letter to Elliott, Todd Jones, the NFL’s Special Counsel for Conduct, said that there’s “substantial and persuasive evidence” that Elliott was engaged in physical violence towards a Ms. Tiffany Thompson.
Week 1: Vs Giants
Week 2: @ Broncos
Week 3: @ Cardinals
Week 4: Vs Rams
Week 5: Vs Packers
Week 6: Bye
Week 7: @ 49ers
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