Cowboys rusher Ezekiel Elliott files appeal vs six-game suspension

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Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott's appeal hearing is expected to take place on August 29 according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

There are some experts who think Elliott is now a third or fourth round player, but most seem to agree that the star running back is now a potential mid-to-late second round pick.

After she was reportedly disinvited to Elliott's 21st birthday party, Thompson is alleged to have told Elliott: 'That's worst decision you made in your life.

He met the media Tuesday for the first time since the NFL's announcement, but declined to discuss the Elliott suspension or the appeal, which was filed to the league by the NFL Player's Association Tuesday afternoon.

"I'm not going to visit about that, " Jones said. She claims Elliott apologized. I'm going to ruin your life now'. Elliott also told police that Thompson hacked his email and called phone numbers she found to tell people "untruthful things that could hurt [Elliott's] image".

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In the days after the allegations were made a year ago, Elliott claimed to have text messages proving he was being framed. Thompson called to police accusing Elliott of assaulting her while they were in a parked vehicle on the 22nd.

The NFL came to their decision without commissioner Roger Goodell even interviewing any of the two people involved in this matter so we'll have to wait and see if Ezekiel's side of the story and evidence is enough to exonerate him from any wrongdoing. "And not be a dumb man". I'm a white girl.

Elliott, for his part, denies the allegations. "They are not going to be believe you".

Elliott himself posted to Twitter that he was "surprised and disappointed" by the six-game ban and apologized for the distraction the almost 13-month-long investigation caused for his family, friends and teammates.

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