Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott denied injunction to block 6-game suspension

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Ezekiel Elliott skipped his weekly media session because of more legal limbo in the star Dallas Cowboys running back's fight over the NFL's six-game suspension on alleged domestic violence.

Though Columbus authorities never filed charges, the NFL leveled the ban on Elliott for violating the league's personal conduct policy. An immediate appeal by the NFL Players Association to the 2nd Circuit and a request that he be allowed to play Sunday won a one-game reprieve last Friday.

Due to Thursday's verdict, Elliott's suspension will be reinstated by the league immediately, with an official transaction notice from the NFL expected soon. But it now appears Zeke will finally begin that suspension starting this weekend and he'll be forced to miss the Cowboys upcoming matchup with the Atlanta Falcons at home. Instead, he'll miss Sunday's game.

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Over the course of his eight regular-season appearances thus far into the 2017-18 campaign, the second-year rusher has carried the football 191 times for 783 yards and seven touchdowns via the ground game.

The suspension will keep Elliott sidelined through Week 15, when the Cowboys face the Raiders, placing him in line for a Week 16 return against the Seahawks.

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