Appeals court reinstates Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension by NFL

Appeals court reinstates Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension by NFL

Appeals court reinstates Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension by NFL

The federal appeals court has vacated the preliminary injunction that Ezekiel Elliottwas granted in Texas in a move that now paves the way for Elliott to start serving his six-game suspension.

To get the background story on the entire Elliott case, check out The Latest On The Ezekiel Elliott Appeal Suspension.

Last month, the National Football League requested an emergency stay of a judge's injunction that allowed Elliott to play indefinitely, saying the court didn't have subject matter jurisdiction to make the decision. The NFL has requested for a stay of the injunction that is allowing Elliott to play. The Cowboys have a bye this weekend before resuming play October 22 at San Francisco.

The Dallas Cowboys have a bye this weekend, so Elliott's suspension would begin with the team's Week 7 matchup against the 49ers in San Francisco.

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But the NFL investigated it for 13 months and commissioner Roger Goodell handed Elliott a six-game suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy on August 11. Elliott has denied the charges.

The Court of Appeals ruled against the injuction Thursday, overruling the district court's decision. League-appointed arbitrator Harold Henderson rejected the NFL Players Association's appeal on Elliott's behalf and upheld the suspension imposed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell under the sport's personal conduct policy.

Elliott, the league's leading rusher last season as a rookie, has totaled 393 rushing yards in five games this season.

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