The Dallas Cowboys’ running back is expected to be suspended.
A punishment for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott could reportedly come today.
The NFL is reportedly investigating the former Ohio State star for a domestic violence incident.
Pro Football Talk reports that a suspension is “expected” and one league source categorizes it as “definite.”
It may come Friday, it could be bumped into next week. Regardless of the timing, the prevailing view in league circles is that Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott will be suspended under the Personal Conduct Policy.
One league source characterized an Elliott suspension as “definite.” The specific duration of the suspension isn’t known, however.
As ESPN’s Adam Schefter points out, the typical minimum punishment for a domestic violence related suspension is six games.
NFL investigating Ezekiel Elliott for domestic violence. DV violations are 6 games; can be increased or decreased depending on circumstances
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 11, 2017