Ezekiel Elliott’s six game suspension from the NFL for domestic violence has been blocked by a federal judge.
Federal Judge Amos Mazzant granted Dallas Cowboys star’s injunction against the suspension on the basis he did not receive a fair hearing process by the NFL, according to multiple reports.
The elite running back was suspended for six games after he allegedly beat Tiffany Thompson, a woman who he allegedly had an intimate relationship as well.
The judge’s decision means Elliott will likely now be able to play all season.
This is a developing situation. Check back for updates.