Dallas Cowboys running Ezekiel Elliott is still clear to play Monday against the Arizona Cardinals. There has been no ruling from 5th Circuit Court of Appeals regarding the NFL's request for an emergency stay of the preliminary injunction of his six-game suspension. The NFL asked the 5th Circuit to rule by September 19 or September 26. With the 19th passed, the NFL had hoped for a ruling by today in advance of this weekend’s games and barring a last-minute ruling by Sunday.
Get your popcorn ready. Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin plans to confront NFL Network colleague and Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson for accusing Ezekiel Elliott of “quitting on his team” in the Dallas Cowboys’ 42-17 loss to the Denver Broncos Sunday. A livid Irvin declared his intentions during a radio interview on New York’s WFAN. Irvin said quitter is the “dirtiest” word you can call an NFL player.
Ezekiel Elliott’s Dallas-based attorney Thomas Melsheimer believes the Dallas Cowboys star running back has a good chance of playing all season, but declined to predict it because of the uncertainty of the case. Melsheimer said he feels good about Elliott securing another victory against the NFL with the 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals declining their motion for an emergency stay of the temporary injunction against his six-game suspension for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.
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