Dan Quinn and the Atlanta Falcons will operate under the assumption that Ezekiel Elliott will play for the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10. Of course, we have learned to take nothing for granted in this situation. The NFL appealed to a federal appeals court in New Orleans, which overturned the injunction and ruled that the district court in Texas didn't have jurisdiction in the case because the union filed its lawsuit before NFL-appointed arbitrator Harold Henderson decided Elliott's appeal.
The Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, who granted Elliott an administrative of his six-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy last Friday, has scheduled a hearing on his appeal of Southern District Judge Katherine Failla's denial of his request for a preliminary injunction for Thursday at 1 p.m.
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He said: 'When you're on a barren spell, forget everything about going out wide , about coming deep, thinking I'm not getting a touch of the ball.
Elliott's legal team believes he was treated unfairly by the NFL, while league attorneys say a labor deal backed by federal law was followed when Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Elliott after a yearlong investigation.
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Federal courts have intervened three times on behalf of the NFLPA and Elliott, and the National Football League has been barred all season from enforcing its six-game suspension of Elliott under the personal conduct policy.
Elliott rushed 27 times for 97 yards and a touchdown on short notice in the Cowboys 28-17 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday. Elliott and the NFLPA want judges to grant them a preliminary injunction.
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We're going to do just that with the three biggest takeaways from the latest revealing of the College Football Playoff rankings. Iowa State, OSU's next opponent, rounded out the rankings for the Big 12 at No. 21 following a loss to West Virginia.