With the start of training camp less than two weeks away, the Dallas Cowboys may find out soon whether they will have running back Ezekiel Elliott for the entire 16-game regular season.
ESPN reported Friday that sources say Elliott is bracing for a “short” suspension from the NFL. Multiple sources told the network if could be for one or two games.
The Cowboys open the regular season at home against the New York Giants on Sept. 10 and face the Denver Broncos on the road Sept. 17.
The NFL has denied to ESPN that a decision on discipline in the case has been made and hasn’t said whether the investigation is complete into accusations of domestic violence made against Elliott by an ex-girlfriend in July 2016.
ESPN quoted a source as saying: “The NFL is looking to pin something on him.”
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