The Ezekiel Elliott aggressive behavior at home examination is still in advance, the NFL affirmed to Pro Football Talk Thursday, expressing the examination is “dynamic and continuous.”
In spite of the fact that this story appears to have faded away and been pushed to the rearward sitting arrangement, the NFL has not overlooked—and there is still the likelihood Elliott could be rebuffed.
Elliott, the Cowboys’ newbie running back, was required in five claimed episodes with his ex going back to July. Moreover, the association is including a charged episode from February in its examination—however this specific occurrence couldn’t be utilized to rebuff Elliott, as he was not yet drafted into the NFL.
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In any case, as Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio brings up, “the February occurrence could help the class settle an evident validity challenge with respect to the things that did or didn’t happen in July. On the off chance that the cases made about Elliott with respect to February can be freely supported, the group might will probably presume that the asserted casualty is coming clean about July, as well.”
The NFL basically needs to figure out if it trusts the claimed casualty’s rendition of the story. Florio reports this presumable won’t be settled, and any potential discipline for Elliott won’t be passed on, until this offseason at the most punctual.
Elliott, the chances on MVP top pick, has scrambled for 1,285 yards and 12 touchdowns this season.