Sport Ezekiel Elliott’s lawyers ‘exploring all’ legal options

02:25  13 october  2017
02:25  13 october  2017 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

Report: Ezekiel Elliott should play 'next two weeks or longer'

  Report: Ezekiel Elliott should play 'next two weeks or longer' The NFL recently scored a temporary victory in the Ezekiel Elliott suspension court case, but the running back’s lawyers still have a card left to play. The NFL recently scored a temporary victory in the Ezekiel Elliott suspension court case, but the running back’s lawyers still have a card left to play. A 2-1 decision by the court ruled the initial injunction filed by the NFLPA was premature, thus making the NFL’s six-game suspension of Elliott stick.

Ezekiel Elliott ‘ s attorney, Frank Salzano, released a statement Thursday in the wake of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to vacate the preliminary injunction on Elliott ’ s suspension. “We are currently exploring all of our legal options and will make a decision as to what is the best course of

The Broncos manhandled the Cowboys 42-17, just a thorough annihilation in every aspect of the game. But almost immediately, most of the blame for the loss—or at least the loudest of the criticism—fell upon Ezekiel Elliott , who had the worst game of his life.

Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension for a violation of the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy was reinstated on Thursday after a 5th circuit district court lifted an injunction that was blocking the suspension. Just because the suspension is back on does not mean that the lawyers for the Dallas Cowboys running back are done fighting.

Elliott’s lawyer Frank Salzano said in a statement Thursday that the legal team is exploring all of their legal options.

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The ruling from the three-judge panel made it clear they felt the NFLPA jumped the gun by filing a motion prior to the arbitration hearing for Elliott’s appeal had ended. There are also questions about the location of where Elliott filed.

One option Elliott’s team could explore would be filing for a temporary restraining order in New York.

As of Thursday, Elliott is no longer allowed at the Cowboys’ facility. He would be eligible to return to the team on Nov. 24.

AP source: Suspended Elliott getting emergency hearing in NY

  AP source: Suspended Elliott getting emergency hearing in NY A person with direct knowledge of the situation says attorneys for Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott are set for an emergency hearing in federal court in New York as they try again to stop the running back'sElliott's legal team filed a request for a temporary restraining order Monday and will get a hearing Tuesday in the Southern District of New York, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the filing hadn't been made public.

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NFL lawyer believes Elliott has no chance of winning case .
NFL lawyer Dan Nash told Judge Paul Crotty of United States District Court for the Southern District of New York that Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has no chance of winning his case that would vacate a six-game suspension. The NFL suspended Elliott for six games, but the Cowboys' star received a temporary restraining order which delayed the punishment.It appears the NFL is trying to use Tom Brady's "Deflategate" case as precedent for a definitive Elliott ruling.

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