It is not over yet, but it is definitely far along into the process.
Still waiting: Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott still hasn't gotten a decision from the National Football League on whether he'll be punished for a 2015 domestic violence accusation.
The basis for this investigation appears to be two separate claims of assault against the Cowboys' running back by the same OH woman last season.
"We'll see how that impacts the season".
While the NFL's policy denotes an automatic six-game suspension for domestic violence incidents, it does not appear the league is going to hand down such a suspension here especially considering the details surrounding the investigation, but maybe a two- or four-game suspension isn't out of the question.
Schefter says any suspension involving Elliott could last one or two games when all is said and done, placing the Cowboys without their best player against the Giants and potentially the Broncos in week two.
Not made any final determinations. "But again, I think there's a growing sense that Zeke Elliott is going to face some sort of discipline, and it very well could include a short suspension".
Despite Elliott releasing text messages that show the former girlfriend was motivated by revenge or money and the charges against Elliott were dropped due to "conflicting and inconsistent information", - Schefter added that the NFL's inquest isn't completed but that it is nearing the latter stages.
Even if the rumors do pan out, the Dallas Cowboys will have a almost impossible time trying to make up for what they lose with Ezekiel Elliott off the field.
Now riding the Cowboys bench behind Elliott are veterans Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris.
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