Elliott’s Injunction Request Gets Rejected By Court

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension is again in effect after a ruling by U.S.

District Judge Katherine Polk Failla denied Monday a request for a preliminary injunction.

District Court for the Southern District of New York, stayed the decision for 24 hours to afford Elliott and the NFLPA the opportunity to consider appellate options.

Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit, and seek a stay that would allow Elliott to continue playing during the appeal process.

The NFLPA then went to the Southern District Court in New York.

If Elliott serves the six-game suspension, he would be ineligible until the Cowboys play at Oakland on Dec.

Dallas coach Jason Garrett said Monday that the Cowboys (4-3 after beating Washington 33-19 on Sunday) are preparing for the possibility of playing without Elliott.