Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott to remain active for now
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott‘s preliminary injunction of his six-game suspension will remain in place after the NFL's motion was denied.
Things are now in the hands of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the main takeaway is that this increases the likelihood Elliott remains active for the entire season.
Elliott was projected for 17.3 FanDuel points in Week 2, but he finished with just 4.2 points in Sunday's loss to the Denver Broncos after totaling just 8 yards on 9 rush attempts.
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