This decision is the latest among many turns in what has been a sprawling case since Elliott’s suspension was first announced back in mid-August. The NFL concluded a 13-month investigation into allegations of domestic violence against the Pro Bowl running back, handing down a sentence of six games.

Elliott, who was never charged with a Dez Bryant Jerseys crime as a result of those allegations, filed an appeal with an NFL arbitrator which was subsequently Dak Prescott Jerseys denied.

Before that could happen, however, his legal team filed for a preliminary injunction in the nearby district of Sherman, Texas. From this Dallas Cowboys Jersey point, the Ezekiel Elliott Jerseys central talking point of the entire situation has not been about whether Elliott committed any wrongdoing – but the fairness and transparency of the NFL’s disciplinary process.

"Zeke has in no way, by any standard in this country, done anything wrong,” said Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones on Sunday evening. "He's done nothing wrong. The league has tried to say that he's done something that we disagree with. We all don't agree with that. I want him to get a fair shot and he deserves that."

The initial motion for a preliminary injunction was granted, giving Elliott the freedom to play in every game so far this season. Not to be outdone, though, the NFL appealed the ruling in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, arguing that Elliott’s ability to play caused the league irreparable harm.

That injunction was eventually overturned by the Fifth Circuit, back during the Cowboys’ bye week on Oct. 5. Following that decision, Elliott’s legal team filed for a temporary restraining order in the Second Circuit. That was granted, buying Elliott two additional weeks to play before a formal hearing on another injunction.
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