Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliot was involved in an altercation at a Dallas bar on Sunday night.
Dallas Cowboys‘ star running back Ezekiel Elliott is already on thin ice for a domestic violence case stemming from 2016, and now a late-night incident at a Dallas bar can be added to the list of wrong-doings.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed through sources that Elliot was involved in some sort of fight at the bar.
No arrests have been made as of yet, but the case is still pending.
The league is already considering suspending the star back for one or two games, despite the law not punishing Elliot for the allegations.
There were no charges brought up on Elliot for the incident, but the league has been cracking down on players as of late after a very hectic 2016 season.
If the league decides to discipline Elliot it could be a great opportunity for the New York Giants to pull away in the NFC East early. The Cowboys are already suffering from the loss of defensive end David Irving for four-games, and are trying to pick the pieces up on defense after the loss of five key starters to free-agency.
But, there has been speculation rising due to the additional power Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones has been receiving in the NFL over the past few years. Rumors are bubbling regarding Jones allowing Elliot to receive a get out of jail free card, dismissing him from the possibility of being suspended.
The problem? Jones has been advocating for more punishments to be given out for player misconduct, which could cause issues if he gives his own players…
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