Ezekiel Elliott Appeals NFL Suspension

Ezekiel Elliott Appeals NFL Suspension

Ezekiel Elliott Appeals NFL Suspension

The N.F.L. now has 10 business days to schedule a hearing.

After being told she couldn't come to Elliott's 21st birthday party, Thompson told him, "That's [the] worst decision you made in your life".

The Cowboys, though, would probably be better off having their running back during a potential late-season playoff charge rather than for the first six games.

After being told Elliott didn't want her at his house on July 21 and he didn't want her coming out with him, Tiffany Thompson responded with: "Ok this is what you want?"

Elliott was suspended six games over domestic violence allegations made against him a year ago. According to documents obtained by Clarence Hill of the Star-Telegram, Thompson told Elliott in text messages that she is going to "ruin (his) life".

Thompson, who used to date Ezekiel Elliott, was also quoted as saying, "I'm going to ruin your life". For example, Elliott was never arrested for the alleged domestic violence attack. "And then I did have thumbprint marks on my hand".

NFL Network reported Elliott filed a police report in September in Texas against Thompson. "They are not going to be believe you".

He is expected to target Thompson supposedly making multiple threats that she was going to ruin his National Football League career along with a few text message that encouraged one of her friends to lie to law enforcement about the alleged domestic assault that took place back in July 2016.

Dallas RB Ezekiel Elliott officially has appealed his 6-game suspension, per source.

The NFL Players Association tweeted about the appeal Tuesday afternoon. But Elliot made his feelings known on the social media on Friday: "both surprised and disappointed by the NFL's decision" and "I strongly disagree with the league's findings". He also said he was "sincerely sorry" for the distraction and disruption he has caused for the Cowboys and his family. The star receiver is willing to wait and see how the process plays out.

Related news