The case of Ezekiel Elliott vs. the NFL is only just beginning.
The news of the NFL’s six-game suspension ruling for Ezekiel Elliott has dominated the headlines. The NFL has levied their penalty but to even suggest this is over would be naive on any account. This is far from over and in many ways, it may just be beginning.
Big point: mentioned #Cowboys / #Zeke prep for fight. appeal. Negotiate. Injunction. The works https://t.co/7oWqzujsxo
— mike fisher ✭ (@fishsports) August 11, 2017
Elliott and his representatives have maintained innocence throughout this process. Elliott’s representatives claim he has cooperated with not only the District Attorney’s office in Columbus, Ohio but also the NFL’s investigation. Phone records, as well as any other correspondence, were turned over in order to help this process conclude. In a statement from Elliott’s representatives, it’s clear that Elliott’s camp is willing to go as far as possible to exonerate their client: