Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension delayed after New York federal court grants NFLPA’s motion

The court issued a temporary restraining order to keep Elliott on the field for at least a couple more weeks. Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension has been delayed once again after a federal court in New York granted the players’ association’s motion for a temporary restraining order good for 14 days

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Judge Grants Cowboys' Elliott Reprieve, Eligible For 49ers Game

NEW YORK (AP) — Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott has been granted another legal reprieve in the running back’s fight to avoid a six-game suspension over domestic violence allegations. A federal judge granted a temporary restraining order blocking the league’s suspension Tuesday night, clearing

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Grading Cowboys rookies through 5 games: Who looks best, what makes Taco Charlton's situation worse

Through the first five games last year, rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott were already showing signs of being cornerstone pieces for the Cowboys franchise. Elliott had 546 rushing yards and five touchdowns during Dallas’ 4-1 start. Prescott was completing 70 percent of his passes and still

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Cowboys' season heading south no matter what happens with Ezekiel Elliott suspension

The Cowboys aren’t consistently winning with Ezekiel Elliott on the field. There’s scant reason to believe that will change with Elliott potentially being kept from it. A federal appeals court ruling Thursday ordered the dismissal of an injunction that was keeping the NFL from suspending Elliott

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Prohibiting protests is all about maintaining control for Jerry Jones

Jones’ declaration (which I will be surprised if more NFL owners don’t also eventually make) was bound to happen. Jerry Jones: “If there is anything disrespecting the flag, then we will not play. An owner could say he’s against protests because he’s concerned about his businesses’ bottom line,

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Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Says Players Disrespecting The Flag Won’t Play

Two weeks ago, in response to Donald Trump’s criticism of the NFL’s national anthem protests, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones linked arms with his players and knelt prior to the national anthem before they took the field to play the Arizona Cardinals. Today, Jones spoke up about the recent kneeling

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Ezekiel Elliott suspension hearing concludes without a ruling on Monday

Oral arguments for Ezekiel Elliott’s hearing in his legal case against the NFL regarding his six-game suspension took place Monday at the 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in New Orleans. Elliott himself did not attend the hearing, but NFLPA lawyer Jeffrey Kessler made arguments on his behalf against

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Fantasy Football Today Podcast: Buy Low, Sell High; better times ahead for Amari Cooper and Dez Bryant

Better times are ahead for Amari Cooper and Dez Bryant, whereas Todd Gurley’s value may be at its peak right now. If you’re looking improve your Fantasy team via trade, today’s episode is exactly what you’re looking for. Find out if we buy the elite production from Stefon Diggs, if LeSean

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9 moments that defined the Cowboys' 28-17 win over the Cardinals on 'Monday Night Football'

It wasn’t the smoothest performance by the Dallas Cowboys, but the team’s defense locked down the Arizona Cardinals offense after a slow start and the stars of the Dallas offense came up big when it mattered most in a 28-17 win on Monday Night Football. With the victory, the Cowboys move to 2

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The bizarre politics of the Trump-NFL feud in two clips from the Dallas Cowboys and Fox News

For President Trump’s base, the president’s feud with the National Football League is “the red mean of all red meat,” Fox News anchor Shep Smith said on Monday afternoon, but they’re wrong that the NFL players who kneel during the national anthem are protesting the flag. “They

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Carson Palmer completes first 11 passes as Cardinals take early lead

Carson Palmer completed his first 11 passes, matching a career best to start a game, before throwing an incompletion. He finished the first quarter 12-for-13 for 135 yards and a touchdown. The Cardinals had 21 plays and 140 yards in the first quarter, while the Cowboys had three plays and 3 yards. Ezekiel

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Cowboys' Team, Ownership Make Joint Demonstration Before National Anthem

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Given the events that have unfolded all across the NFL during Week 3, all eyes were on the Cowboys on Monday night – and not just because of their game against the Arizona Cardinals. Protests over racial inequality, centered on the national anthem, cropped up across the league on Sunday

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Canadian QB Brandon Bridge to attend Dallas Cowboys rookie mini-camp

Quarterback Brandon Bridge will attempt to make America’s team as an undrafted free agent. The native of Mississauga, Ont., said Sunday he has agreed to attend the Dallas Cowboys’ rookie mini-camp next weekend at Valley Ranch. Bridge added he hasn’t signed with the NFL club as of yet. “I&

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NFL’s motion to stay Ezekiel Elliott injunction denied

The NFL filed a motion to stay the preliminary injunction of Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott‘s six-game suspension with United States District Court Judge Amos L. Mazzant last week and Mazzant issued his ruling on Monday. Mazzant denied the NFL’s motion, which means that the injunction remains in

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