Legal troubles for Ezekiel Elliott do not appear to be coming to an end, they look to be just beginning.
As the NFL's leading rusher in 2016 awaits word on potential punishment from the NFL stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident, Elliott allegedly punched a DJ in a bar Sunday night.
Now comes word Elliott is appealing a speeding ticket he received in Frisco, Texas in April.
According to the Dallas Morning News, Elliott was pulled over for going 100 mph in a 70-mph zone. The incident in question happened at 3 p.m. and traffic was light.
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The appeal bond was posted Friday, the report said.
Elliott has had several problems on roads in recent years. He received a speeding ticket in Ohio for going 57 in a 35 in 2014 and got into a fender bender on the way to Cowboys practice in January. Elliott also was in an accident in Ohio in 2015.