Ezekiel Elliott will be permitted to play this weekend for the Dallas Cowboys as he was granted a temporary restraining order from Judge Paul Crotty.
According to Ian Rapoport, the suspension is stayed for 14 days “or until further proceedings.”
The restraining order once again puts Elliott’s 6-game suspension on hold. His next hearing is expected to be on or before October 30 in front of Judge Katherine Polk, who is currently on vacation.
This is a developing story.
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